Whatsapp got a great update for iPhone! The media sharing limit has been increased and now users are allowed to queue messages while offline. Bear in mind that queuing messages has literally nothing to do with the WhatsApp scam that has been coursing as of late, touting “free internet without Wi-Fi.” While that was only a ploy deceiving users into installing and spreading malware without providing anything great, the ability to queue messages is official and it’s been accessible on Android for some time now.
Queue Messages On WhatsApp For iPhone
Most WhatsApp users are aware that the messaging application requires an internet connection to work, yet it’s not completely useless without internet either. With the most recent version of WhatsApp for iPhone you can hit “send” without a connection and the message will be sent when you’re connected with the web once more.
Higher Media Sharing Limit
The most recent version of WhatsApp for iPhone likewise increases the limit of files users can send. Before, one could just send a limit of 10 pictures or videos at once, however the update now knocks up the limit to 30 in one go.
WhatsApp has been trying out the increased file sending limit with a recent Android beta, however, the component is not officially released for all Android users at this time. Which implies that iPhone users get the chance to attempt the expanded media file sharing limit of first, since on Android it’s still in beta.
The overhauled WhatsApp for iOS application likewise touts an updated Storage Usage screen that ought to now be more helpful. The new Storage Usage screen now permits users to see which singular discussion or group chat is taking up the most storage area and to erase the content of every discussion so as to free up some more storage.
Enhanced Storage Usage Feature
Users can now pick the particular files they want to erase – messages, pictures, videos, GIFs etc – from chosen chats so they can clear some of the data and leave the rest
The new WhatsApp for iOS version 2.17.1 is accessible for download now and it’s good with iPhones running iOS 7 or higher. The update tips the scales at 91.2 MB.