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  1. It’s really good for mobile users. However, wouldn’t it better to add share button specific to mobile OS, so user can share content with any application available.

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    1. Yes to Aakash’s comment that a Many Mobile Apps Share, just as we currently have for desktop, would be great. Now that we finally got the Responsive message, we need to go deeper into Mobile still.

      Yes to Nairobi’s comment that a WhatsApp subscription would be great.

      Yes to Sarah’s comment, I too like Telegram a lot better. I LOVE the “photo from the web” feature! The ability to search, for example, your own name and have a ready library of images is a nice way of accessing all that Cloud content.

      Yes to Ryan’s comment that also having a desktop app, as Telegram does, is nice. (also Telegram runs on devices like iPod Touch & iPad, which WhatsApp doesn’t)

      And yes, WhatsApp is huge. I just saw Barbara Wong’s new Hong Kong film “Girls”
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girls_(2014_film)

      One of the characters is asked “what would you do if you saw your best friend’s boyfriend cheating on her?”

      Answer: “I’d WhatsApp it!”

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  2. I also didn’t know this, sounds exciting, it would be great if they would have a subscription kinda service where your blog readers can receive posts in their whatsapp. Talk of the future!

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  3. Hi Sarah
    “It might be worth finding out if your readers are using WhatsApp…”
    I’m not using it in fact this is the first time I’ve heard about it.

    “WhatsApp is on a path to connect 1 billion people.”
    The mind boggles!

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    1. You must be living under a rock, lol, Whatsapp is crazy popular these days.

      I really don’t like it because there’s no web app for it and I hate having to type on a crappy touch screen, but I’m stuck using it since so many others do.

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  4. I didn’t realize how big whatsapp had gotten. I don’t think I know a single person that is using it, but I guess I need to keep a lookout at it as trends change.

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    1. Bizarre. It’s crazy popular. I gave in around a year ago as I got sick of everyone asking me why they couldn’t contact me on it.

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      1. I know WhatsApp has a huge user base but I’m not in a network of people who uses it either. I think it’s more popular in specific countries / areas of the US. I’m a pretty big fan of Telegram (https://telegram.org/) but I can’t seem to get any of my friends to use it.

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  5. I’m really love this plugin because it can connect to social app on mobile but it only support for iOS. Anyone know a alternative for Mobile Sharebar that works on Android and iPhone?

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  6. This is so neat! Didn’t know something like this was possible

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