WhatsApp is the mobile application of the moment, having over 1 billion monthly active users. The WhatsApp 2.12.430.2 has been released for BlackBerry 10, but before we’ll tell you more about this new version of the application, we must remind you that the developers of the application have officially announced that they will stop supporting BlackBerry 10 OS by the end of 2016.
In other words, they will stop releasing new WhatsApp versions for this operating system before the end of 2016. However, the application will still function on this operating system and the developers will most likely keep updating the application when it comes to its security. However, before the end of 2016, we will NO LONGER see any new features added to the WhatsApp application for BlackBerry 10.
The WhatsApp 2.12.340.2 comes with a few improvements along with usual bug fixes that come with each new update. It is good to know that the new WhatsApp version is now supporting web link preview on outgoing messages. At the same time, the new version of the application is now supporting additional web client features along with updated organization of phone number on the Contact info screen and the message history backup process will most likely not cause so many issues as before. If you’ve also encountered some problems when connecting via proxy servers on the previous WhatsApp version, now, you shouldn’t have any other problems, because the developers have taken care of them.
WhatsApp 2.12.340.2 for BlackBerry 10: What’s New?
– Support for additional web client features has been added
– Support for web link previews on outgoing message has been added
– Organization of phone number on the Contact info screen has been updated
– An issue that was causing the History backup process to malfunction has been fixed
– Other improvements and bug fixes.
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