WhatsApp Messenger is still ringing bells these holiday season. Previously, it can be recalled that the app introduced the video calling feature for all users in November. This enabled to create a buzz all over the world, as it has been used by 55.6% of the global population.
This update was rolled out over various devices, including those running in iOS, Windows, and Android. However, it will require users to upgrade the app to receive this new feature.
Sad thing though for several devices that will no longer receive support from WhatsApp. Such will include devices running Android 2.1 and 2.2, Windows Phone 7, and iPhone 3GS and those running iOS 6. Likewise, those iPhones that haven’t been updated to the iOS 10 version will no longer be supported.
However, a bit of an extension is given to owners of Blackberry devices such as Blackberry OS and Blackberry 10. At the same time, WhatsApp still supports those using Nokia S40 and Nokia S60 Symbian, but only until June 30 of 2017.
A new feature is expected to come to WhatsApp before the 2016 will end. Thus, it will allow users to recall sent messages, as they can edit it and send it again to the recipient. It might have gotten the update from the coolest feature introduced by Gmail, which is recalling sent messages.
Accordingly, this feature was also rolled out in the beta version of WhatsApp for iOS devices. As the recall and edit feature are definitely a great feature, it has even become more awesome because the recalled messages will disappear from the recipient’s mobile device as if it never happened.
This might be the latest update from WhatsApp that could provide users with ultimate control over their messages.
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