WhatsApp developers have released numerous updates for various platforms – Android, Nokia and Nokia Asha. Each of these platforms are regularly updated, but offer minor changes and no new features. It’s the latest WhatsApp versions that offers bug fixed and increase application stability.
WhatsApp’s newest version 2.16.9 was released for Symbian S60 and Nokia devices, and doesn’t offer anything new. On top of that, the .sis file takes up an additional 18KB of space, modifying just eight files.
However, Nokia Asha and Symbian S40 devices (Nokia C3 and Nokia Asha 201), the latest version is 2.16.1 but doesn’t offer a document sharing option. It also increases in size by 3KB but with more than 130 files being modified, three new files added and a deleted thumbnails file.
Android devices got the Whatsapp 2.16.7 version, which is only available in BETA format in the Google Play Store. This version offers a minor update and an APK installation file, taking up an additional 27KB in space. There are no new files added or removed. 17 files, however, were modified and relate to libraries and manifestos.
WhatsApp developers are constantly working on the app. According to rumors, the application is going to have a Video Calling feature but only available for devices that use Android, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone and iOS. Of course, there has been no confirmation of these rumors.
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