WhatsApp is one of the most popular cross platform messaging services out there. It recently announced that the service has over 250 million monthly active users, not to mention the fact that WhatsApp handles more than 27 billion messages every single day. It wouldn’t be too far-fetched to say that they are one of the leaders in this particular niche. WhatsApp’s apps are vital for its survival, and it keeps rolling out frequent updates to ensure that users get the best possible experience. A new WhatsApp iOS update has been rolled out today, it brings a number of new features as well as enhancements and bug fixes.
Version 2.10.1 of the iOS app has been released today. The app finally allows users to send multiple photos in a conversation at the same time. Users also get the option to backup and restore their WhatsApp chat history from iCloud, all media except videos will be backed up to iCloud as well. URL schema support for third party apps is also onboard. Available as a free download, though it requires users to pay a subscription fee of $1 per year, after the first year which is free. The latest WhatsApp iOS update is now live in the iTunes App Store.
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