The numbers have increased since past year, where the company had reported that the service has about 1 billion active monthly users.
WhatsApp also revealed that it has over 250 million daily users on the Status feature, which was a clone of the Snapchat's Stories.
Popular instant messaging service WhatsApp announced to reach one billion daily active users. The apps sees over 55 billion messages being shared every day, of which over 1 billion are video messages alone, and over 4.5 billion messages are just photos.
WhatsApp supports 60 different languages. The announcement comes as part of Facebook's Q2 2017 results, which revealed how the company's mobile ads are increasing. 1 billion active users per day is indeed a huge number considering how populated this particular market is.More news: Tragic! 17 members of same family die in deadly Gujarat floods
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A new scam however is targeting users who may not be aware of the change and asking users to pay 99p to continue their subscription. But WhatsApp's actual monetisation potential is yet to be realised by the company.
WhatsApp rolled out the Snapchat like status feature a few months ago and even added a status tab only next to the home tab.
In February 2014, WhatsApp was acquired by social networking site Facebook, its biggest buyout till date, for a whopping $19 billion.
WhatsApp users have been warned of fake messages being sent to scam people of their bank details. He also announced that 100 million people joined groups, and 2 billion messages were sent between people and businesses every month. Based on the stellar growth of WhatsApp, he got a bargain. Now, we are looking at 1 Billion active daily users on the platform.