Mobile ad revenue accounted for 87% of the company's total advertising revenue of $9.16 billion in the latest quarter, up from 84% a year earlier. At the end of June, Facebook recorded 2.01bn active monthly users - up by 17% from a year ago - two-thirds of which use the website every day.
"Just previous year, we shared that one billion people around the world use WhatsApp every month", it said in the post. The numbers are impressive but Facebook's revenue growth has come down a few points percentage wise.
Mr. Wehner said that despite the company's growth soaring over all, Facebook expected growth in advertising revenue to continue slowing the rest of this year as it reaches the limit of the number of advertisements, or "ad load", it can place in its news feed without disturbing users.
Daily active users were 1.32 billion on average for June 2017, an increase of 17 per cent year-over-year. The second-quarter from past year had $0.97 in EPS and $6.44 billion in revenue.
They also revealed other information like there are now 1.3 billion monthly users and that these users send 55 billion messages every day.
"One of the big questions that we're focused on as we build this out", said Zuckerberg, referring to the social network's content plans.
There are also reports that Facebook is expecting a substantial pull down in revenues in 2017.
Facebook now employs 20,658 people, and has increased its headcount 43% year-over-year.
Over the last few years, WhatsApp is incorporating new features to make this App a flawless experience for its users. "Our community is now two billion people and we're focusing on bringing the world closer together", said Zuckerberg.
Shares in Facebook, which now owns four of the most popular mobile services in the world, rose more than 4pc to about $173 in after-hours trading.
In this 3 and half years, WhatsApp has witnessed huge growth and the Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took it to Facebook to reveal their great success. "Much like Instagram in the early days, we're going to be cautious, but unlike Instagram, this is not a feed-based product, so there are more unknowns here".