The mobile social network has gone free for everyone.
But what about the paid apps?
And how much of the mobile userbase are actually using them?
Here’s a look at how much people are paying for Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, and Instagram apps.1.
Facebook is free for most Facebook usersFree for Facebook users1,500 to 2,000 dollars, according to a study conducted by TechCrunch.2.
WhatsApp is free to the publicThe free version is available for download on Facebook’s website for users to download.
It costs $9.99 per month.
It is the only WhatsApp app that costs $10.99.
The app also has a $0.99 annual subscription fee, and users can opt out at any time.3.
Twitter is free on Facebook for most usersThe free Twitter app costs $8.99 a month for Android users, and $9 a month or more for iOS users.4.
Instagram is free (in a limited version) to Instagram usersFor $2.99, users can download Instagram Stories for free, which lets them post up to 50 photos and videos to their feed.
The Instagram Stories feature lets users post up-to-date content and get notifications of other users’ Instagram posts.5.
WhatsApp has free stickers and stickers are free to downloadA sticker for WhatsApp is available in the app’s free version.
Users can purchase stickers from the app for $0, or for $2 a month.6.
Twitter offers a $1-per-month SMS planTwitter offers a SMS plan for $1 per month that lets users send text messages from their phone to anyone in the world.
It also offers a free text message feature that lets people text from their own phone, even if they don’t have an account.7.
WhatsApp and Instagram have no in-app adsA Facebook spokesperson told Business Insider that all of the Instagram and WhatsApp apps offer a “no in-screen ads” option that can be turned off at any point.
The spokesperson also told Business Insider that the Instagram messaging app does not have ads, and that WhatsApp has “no adware, spyware, or other software” on its platform.8.
Twitter has no in app adsTwitter has had ads for some time, but they are not on the platform at all, the spokesperson told the outlet.
It added that Twitter has a “strategic partnership” with Google that allows it to make money off the ads.9.
Instagram and Twitter have no ads on FacebookThere is no in screen ads in Instagram or Twitter on the platforms, but users can choose to opt in for a $5-per minute ad-free option, which has no ads.10.
Facebook doesn’t charge for WhatsApp and WhatsApp has no paid adsOn Facebook, users don’t pay for WhatsApp.
Instead, users pay for SMS.
WhatsApp, Instagram, and Twitter do not charge users for SMS on Facebook.11.
WhatsApp doesn’t include a paid subscription for Instagram and Instagram users have no free messaging apps for WhatsApp users.12.
Facebook does not charge for Twitter and Twitter users can buy the ability to make unlimited SMS calls.13.
Facebook and Instagram do not have any paid ads for WhatsApp on Facebook or Instagram.14.
WhatsApp offers no ad blockersFacebook and Instagram also offer a few features that Facebook and Twitter don’t offer.
Facebook users can set up ads on their profiles, while Instagram users can share their content with Facebook or Twitter without having to pay.15.
WhatsApp allows users to buy stickers for freeA sticker that WhatsApp users can purchase for $3 a month is included with the free WhatsApp app.
Users don’t need to pay for the stickers to use them.16.
Instagram users do not need to purchase a paid SMS planA $5 monthly SMS plan is available on Instagram.
Users are able to purchase stickers, or a photo, for $5 a month, or they can purchase a free photo for $7 a month if they’re friends with someone who already has stickers.17.
Instagram does not offer paid SMS on InstagramThe free Instagram messaging and photo messaging app doesn’t have a paid texting or photo messaging option.18.
WhatsApp does not provide a free SMS plan.
WhatsApp’s free SMS feature is available to users for free.19.
WhatsApp lets users customize their own notificationsThe WhatsApp messaging app offers several customization options.
Users choose what kind of messages they want to receive, and what kind they want displayed.
They can also change the language, and choose whether or not they want their message to appear on a friend’s notification.20.
However, some of these third-parties are not 100% reliable and can sometimes be misleading.
For example, some cookies may be used to collect your location data, but you may not be able to tell that.21.
WhatsApp makes it easier to delete unwanted messagesThe WhatsApp service is designed