WhatsApp comes with updates for iOS you’ve been waiting for

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WhatsApp continues to do its bit to keep its place as the most widely used instant messaging application in the world. The latest update for WhatsApp for iOS adds the ability to queue messages in case a user goes offline, so they can be sent once they return to the Internet. The update also brings a redesigned storage usage screen, which will allow users to better manage their phone’s storage. As well as the possibility of sharing 30 photos or videos at one time.

This time, two WhatsApp updates are especially useful for iOS users, as Android users have been living with them for a long time.

WhatsApp enhancements for iOS

For iOS users the ability to queue messages when the phone is offline means they will not get an alert saying that the message has not been delivered or that they will have to open the application to write them again. Instead, the message is sent as soon as your Internet connection is back without any action being required.

This feature is especially favorable for those who live in places where the Internet connection is often unstable. As for the storage screen, this is an option had been available on Android, but that from now on allow iOS users to better understand how to clean the space of your iPhone.

To do this, go to Settings> Data usage and storage> Use storage and then see what messages, groups, etc. take up more space. They can touch messages, chats that are taking up a lot of space, and simply delete them to free up some space on your phone.

WhatsApp update for iOS

Finally, the update also offers the ability to send 30 photos and videos at once. So if you are one of those who like to send lots of photos to WhatsApp groups at once then the update should bring you some joy. WhatsApp iOS version 2.1.7.1 update is 91.2 MB in size and ready to be downloaded from the App Store.

As has been reported in the indianexpress.com medium, WhatsApp is expected to introduce services as well, where users will receive messages, alerts from their banks or from an e-commerce portal in the application itself.

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