The developers of WhatsApp are continuously working on this application. Today we will talk about the new WhatsApp 2.16.208 BETA version that has been released for Android smartphones.
Usually, when a new WhatsApp version is released, you expect a new feature to be added. However, today we will have to give you some bad news, as the Olympic Games emoji has been removed from the application. According to reports, the developers are planning to bring a new Olympic Games emoji, which will most likely be released before or around August.
The WhatsApp 2.16.208 APK (installation) file has been increased by 35KB, and the whatsapp.sf and manifest.mf files have been modified. In addition, the e1611.png has been removed, which is the Olympic Game emoji that we’ve mentioned above. The new WhatsApp 2.16.208 BETA comes with bug fixes and stability improvements, which means that you will most likely notice that the application runs smoother than before and it has fewer bugs.
WhatsApp 2.16.208: How To Install On Your Android Smartphone
The WhatsApp 2.16.208 is currently the latest BETA version of this application for Android smartphones. However, it can be installed directly from the Google Play Store, but first of all, you will need to become a WhatsApp BETA Tester. It’s very easy to become a WhatsApp BETA Tester, as all you will need to do is open this webpage and tap on the “BECOME A TESTER” button. Once you do this, you can open the Google Play Store, search for WhatsApp 2.16.208 and install it on your Android smartphone!
HINT: Since this is a BETA version of WhatsApp, there are high chances that you will find some new bugs or issues that the developers will fix once the next version of the application is released. We suggest you to report any issue that you find while using this application so that the developers can fix it!
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