But WhatsApp fans may find the most important thing they need to know is in the fine print, with WhatsApp saying users need to agree to these Ts and Cs to continue using the app.
This alert has begun popping up in WhatsApp, with one of those receiving the message being tech leaker Ishan Agarwal.
Agarwal tweeted: “Not gonna lie I was probably half asleep when this came up and blindly must have tapped agree to check my WhatsApp messages and most people do that”.
While other WhatsApp users have also taken to Twitter recently to say they have received in-app messages about these terms and conditions changes.
Express.co.uk previously reported on these Ts and Cs changes back in December, when WhatsApp super sleuths WABetaInfo discovered proof of the upcoming changes before they were officially announced.
At the time a WhatsApp spokesperson confirmed to Express.co.uk that users needed to agree to the new Ts and Cs if they wanted to continue using the chat app.
According to a post by XDA Developers, the changes to the WhatsApp Ts and Cs have a number of different ramifications for users.
But arguably the biggest change surrounds how WhatsApp handles data with its parent company Facebook.
Previously WhatsApp gave users the option to “not have your WhatsApp account information shared with Facebook”, but this appears to be done away with the latest update.
“For the avoidance of any doubt, it is still the case that WhatsApp does not share European region WhatsApp user data with Facebook for the purpose of Facebook using this data to improve its products or advertisements.”