WhatsApp In iPhone Allows The User To Queue Messages Without Internet
WhatsApp the popular social messaging app had released an update for its iPhone users which allows them to queue up their messages when they were in the area with poor or no internet connectivity. The update was made available already for the Android users for quite some time and now is made available for iOS versions too.
The new WhatsApp update with version 2.17.1 would allow the user to queue up the messages when the internet connectivity was poor. These messages would show a clock icon at the bottom which means that the messages have not been delivered yet by the sender to the receiver. Those messages would be delivered once the iPhone finds any internet connection at any point later.
Earlier the iPhone user had to wait for the internet connection to restore as only then they could see the send button. The update was made available for iPhones that run on iOS 7 or higher. The update size was found to be nearly 91.2MB.
WhatsApp in its beta version app was seen to be testing the increased media sharing limit, and it has first arrived for the iPhone users. The earlier capped limit for photo and video sharing was at 10, but now it was updated and increased up to 30 at one go.
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WhatsApp for iPhone has also received an update that introduced many nifty features for users. The changelog includes a redesigned and more exciting update to manage the storage usage of each chat individually with Storage Usage screen.
It allows the user to get information about how much space each conversation in WhatApp has occupied. Go to Data and Storage Usage option and tap on the Storage usage to check it up. It was a significant update, and it could help the user to free up space by clearing the chat which was not important. The user could delete the conversations, voice or video messages and Gifs conveniently.
WhatsApp for iPhone has introduced a video editing feature with which the iOS users could add texts or emojis. Also, it allowed the user to draw over the pictures and videos that were shot by the camera app in iPhone.
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WhatsApp has also introduced a Group Invite Link feature that allows the admin to invite people from the group chat by sharing a unique link with them.
Meanwhile, the messaging app, WhatsApp was also working on bringing the ability to edit or revoke the message that has been sent already. Of notably, the feature was available in the beta version of WhatsApp which needs to be turned on manually.