A few days ago, a new WhatsApp version has been released for iPhones. The new WhatsApp 2.12.15 fixed many issues, but it also allows you to send document files and today we’re going to talk about them.
First of all, you should know that from now on, you will be able to send PDF files via the WhatsApp application. Unfortunately, other documents files are not supported yet, but it’s a matter of time until the developers will bring this feature and more types of files will be supported. However, keep in mind that you are able to send PDF files on WhatsApp only if your device is running on iOS 8 or later. At the same time, you will need to save the PDF file in the cloud first (Google Drive, iCloud, DropBox, OneDrive etc.) and only after that, you will be able to send the PDF file.
The latest WhatsApp 2.12.15 version also comes with a major fix. The earlier version of WhatsApp for iOS came with some issues that were causing the application to either crash or use a lot of RAM (memory). However, thanks to this update, those issues have been fixed and the application should not crash anymore or use too much RAM.
WhatsApp 2.12.15 also brings a new feature that allows you to zoom in while playing a video inside the application. At the same time, you can share photos from other cloud drives. For example, when you tap on the share a photo button, you will see a new option called “Choose from another app”, which allows you to select photos from a Cloud Drive.
In order to update the WhatsApp application to 2.12.15, you will need to launch the App Store on your iOS device, tap on the update icon and update it. Keep in mind that if the auto-update is enabled, there is a good chance that the application already updated itself.
Have you tested the WhatsApp 2.12.15 on your iOS device yet? Tell us your thoughts about it!