WhatsApp for iPhone: New WhatsApp Update allows User Queue Messages Without Internet
WhatsApp has released an update for its iPhone users that introduces many effective features for users. The new WhatsApp update which allows users to queue up their messages through poor or no internet connectivity. The WhatsApp storage was already available for android users for pretty some times.
Now, the latest version of WhatsApp 2.17.1 is available for download on iPhone users. The update size is just 91.2Mb and we suggested you to update under a strong Wi-Fi connection and good battery life.
How to queue WhatsApp messages without Internet on iPhone
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WhatsApp’s new update gets beside the much needed ability to queue messages even when in areas of poor or no connectivity. Also you can send a WhatsApp message to a group/individual when connectivity is unavailable, and automatically the message will be sent once you get connectivity on your iPhone. This WhatsApp feature has been available for Android users for quite some time, and has finally released for iPhone users with this update.
WhatsApp new update for iPhone: increases media sharing limit
Other recent updates by WhatsApp include ability to 30 media files at a time and Gif support form Giphy. The earlier capped limit for photo and video sharing was at 10.
Before WhatsApp was seen to be testing the increased media sharing limit in it Android beta app, and now has arrived for iPhone users.
WhatsApp new features: Storage Usage screen better
WhatsApp also has added an interesting update to manage storage usage of each chat individually. This update lets user to keep a tap on how much space each chat on his/her WhatsApp occupying.
To view it Go to Settings > Data and Storage Usage > Click on Storage Usage on your iPhone and clear unwanted files easily.
This is an important update as it can help user reduce some memory by clearing the chat which they finds not so important. Using that User can easily delete chat, Voice messages, Videos or Gifs.
Last year, WhatsApp also introduced video editing feature for iPhones. With this feature, iOS users can add text, emojis and even draw over the photos and videos shot by app’s camera in iPhone.
WhatsApp is also working on getting the capacity to let users to cancel or edit message that have already been sent to other contacts. This feature is available in WhatsApp’s iPhone beta version and is said to be disabled by default, means that manually you will turn it.