The social media app WhatsApp is helping to bring a lot of attention to the plight of those who are living with HIV.
The app, which allows people to share their personal information with the world, has been featured on News.au’s news section in the past.
Its founder, Jan Koum, told News.co.nz he wanted to make the world aware of the HIV crisis and said he felt it was important to share the story of people who were living with the disease.
He said his app was designed to help people get their messages across to other people in the same way they would in real life.
“People have different ways of communicating and people don’t always want to share,” he said.
“The thing that’s most important to us is that we make people feel welcome and welcome to share.”
In his first few months of operation, the app had received some 6,000 downloads.
Users can use the app to message their friends and family, share news stories and share photos, and to send or receive text messages.
“It’s just a very simple way of communicating with people,” he told News 8.
“You can write to people, but it’s not as straightforward as you’d imagine.”
The app has already been used to raise money for HIV/Aids awareness and fund HIV testing and treatment.
“If you think of the amount of money we need to raise through the app, that’s a very small amount,” he added.
“So the number of people we can reach is very, very small.”
The first app to be featured on the News.CO.NZ news section was launched in the year 2000.
Its first feature was a photo sharing function, and it has since become the most popular app for the app’s users.
Its app has been used more than 4.7 million times in the country.
“We’ve seen the app go from being a little small to being a lot bigger in just the last year or two,” he explained.
The app also has an app that lets people send text messages, so users can send messages directly from their phones, so it can also be used for sharing pictures and videos.
It is also used to provide users with a way to organise their news feeds, and give them a place to send messages to people they know.
Users can also upload photos and videos, and share them with others on social media.
The number of users of WhatsApp has grown every year since its launch in 2000.
“When we first launched the app it was really small, it had a very limited amount of users and a very low profile,” Koum said.
He said the app was still in beta, and had only a few hundred users, but had recently grown to about 1.5 million.
“A lot of people had heard about the app and it was just really good for the messaging app.”
Since it was launched, the number and profile of users has increased to nearly 3.5million.
More than 80 per cent of the people using WhatsApp are between the ages of 15 and 49.
And the number is growing rapidly, with a new user every three minutes.
In total, WhatsApp has around 2.3 million monthly active users.
A lot has been made of the fact that WhatsApp is free.
But Koum told News 9 that the app is paid, meaning it is an advertising-supported app.
WhatsApp also has a social media integration which allows users to share news and events.
Koum said the integration allows users not only to share with friends and families, but also to engage with the broader public.
“What we’re trying to do is to give people a platform to share and connect,” he noted.
“And I think it’s really important that people use their platform to get the information out there.”
“It is important to me that people share the message of hope and the message that we can do something about this and to give them something to believe in and that they can get on with their lives.”