WhatsApp Messenger is Now Available in Urdu with Pakistani Flag as Emoji

As it was expected that WhatsApp Messenger will soon be available in Urdu for its Pakistani users. Now there is a good news that WhatsApp Messenger is now available in Urdu with Pakistani Flag as Emoji.

Brian Acton, Co-Founder of WhatsApp in a statement said on Wednesday,

[pull_quote_center]“WhatsApp is now available in Urdu (on Android)!“[/pull_quote_center]

WhatsApp Messenger is Now Available in Urdu with Pakistani Flag as Emoji

Now the android users can avail this language by upgrading their WhatsApp messenger. The update requires users to change the language setting on their smartphone to Urdu before they can start using the app in Urdu.

Also Read: Mobilink Supports WhatsApp Urdu

Whatsapp Urdu translation administrator Ahsan Saeed had already said in July that the

[pull_quote_center]Translation process had taken three years to complete, while the final moderation process took three months. The whole process was driven by volunteers.[/pull_quote_center]

He also said in a Facebook post

[pull_quote_center] “I translated 753 strings and moderated 2,089 strings in less than three months and made Urdu [the] 18th language in which WhatsApp for Android has been fully translated,”[/pull_quote_center]

Now you don’t have to type in English or in Roman Language, you can type in Urdu while using WhatsApp.

Moreover WhatsApp also included Pakistani Flag as an emoji in the latest update.

WhatsApp Messenger is Now Available in Urdu with Pakistani Flag as Emoji

Recently WhatsApp has also updated many of its features like Mark as unread, WhatsApp web etc for providing more ease to its users.

For More Information Please Read: WhatsApp Updates Bring Notifications, Data Usage and Interface changes

The update also has a key security upgrade which prevents hackers from taking over your device by exploiting a flaw in the web version of WhatsApp. As they could hide a malicious code in seemingly innocent “vCards” containing contact information.

Also Read: Microsoft Edge Browser to Launch WhatsApp Web Version Soon

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Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger who focuses on providing the latest information regarding the innovations happening in the IT world. She likes reading, photography, travelling and exploring nature.
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