Chat app WhatsApp has more than a million of users, who can send text messages, documents, videos, links and pictures. WhatsApp is a rather complicated app because of the ongoing updates it receives to keep it running smoothly.

People who want to use WhatsApp will need to have it installed on their phone, but that’s not always doable. For example, Nokia users who want WhatsApp will need to find other ways in which to download and install it.

If you use a Nokia phone that supports WhatsApp – X, X+, X2 and XL – you can download it from the Nokia Store or a reputable site.

How To Download and Install The App On Your Nokia X-Series Phone

Even with the 2014 update, Nokia X device users can still download and use WhatsApp. All you need to do is the following to get the app installed on your device:

  • Visit your phone’s Settings and Security section and check mark the Unknown Sources box.
  • Use a reputable site to download the latest APK file for WhatsApp.
  • Once you’ve finished downloading the file, you need to locate it in your phone and click on it to install.
    Make sure to uncheck the Unknown Sources box again to not download something else to your device.
  • Once the app has been installed, just open it and use it like you normally would. Be sure to verify the account and begin talking with your family and friends.

WhatsApp Developers Offers Array of Features With Latest 2.12.95 Version

WhatsApp is one of the greatest messaging mobile apps of the time, and it’s been created for six mobile platforms – Android, BlackBerry, iOS, Symbian and Windows Phone. Despite that it’s available for Symbian, the Facebook-owned app rarely gets an update for the software – perhaps two updates at most. This is compared to the Android updates of four times a week.

However, there’s been a new update for the Nokia Asha and other Symbian S40 OS running devices.

What Are The Features Of WhatsApp 2.12.95?

One of the most notable features of the latest update is the drop in file size – by 100KB. Its developers have wanted to reduce the size and address the multiple bugs in other versions.  However, the update is only in the beta stage for now. While you can get the stable 2.12.89 version, you can also download the beta 2.12.95 version.

How To Successfully Install 2.12.95

You can go to the official store to download and install the beta file, or you can visit to manually install it. Once done, you’ll need to type in your phone to verify your account.

Asha, which means “hope” in Hindi, isn’t a high-end phone with no GPS functionality to them. There are a plethora of Asha phones including the Asha 200-203, 205, 210, 230, 300, 302-303, 305-306, 308-309, 311 and 500-503.

Many models come with a dual-SIM feature with a Nokia operating system and 128MB storage. They also had Bluetooth connectivity and a rear 5MP camera. In 2014, Microsoft Mobile discontinued the line.

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