WhatsApp now lets you share any file-type with other users


The latest version of whtassApp is for both Android as well as iOS users. However, as Geeky Gadgets suggests, there are reports that Apple devices are able to send much bigger files as well. Now with this latest update, you can share any type of file using #WhatsApp. The new update is now rolling out globally and will reach all the users soon. Last month, several beta users started receiving new shared media bundling feature. And to easily bold, italicize or strikethrough your text, you'll just have to tap and hold the text to select it.

Now with the new feature users can directly send the entire album of pictures which will show as one folder and can even be viewed separately.

WhatsApp released a new update to its messenger app (not yet for all). Previously if you send a 1MB image, WhatsApp will automatically compress it.

Other than these changes, the in-app calling feature will also get a slightly modified layout.

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Sites like APKMirror host the new version already, and you may download the latest version of WhatsApp from the site if you can not use Google Play update or download the latest version from Google Play. Users will now have swipe up to accept or decline a voice or video calls. On iOS, you can grab it from the App Store.

WhatsApp recently introduced a new status feature which shares similar characteristics with Instagram and Snapchat stories.

Latest update on July 14, 2017 at 11:40 AM by Zara_Ali. As of now, WhatsApp has a user base of 1.2 billion, and every day, more than 50 million messages are exchanged on the platform. In regions where rooting is more common, this could potentially open up users to malware.