WhatsApp’s New iPhone Update Brings Ability To Queue Messages Without Internet And More


The latest WhatsApp for iPhone update adds the anticipated ability to queue messages offline, which was already available on Android for quite some time now.

WhatsApp iPhone Messenger has received an update that also introduces several nifty features for users. Release notes and changelog includes the increased of WhatsApp photos and videos sharing limit to 30 at one go, still got a redesigned and more useful Storage Usage screen, and the offline ability to say some.

Version 2.17.1 of WhatsApp Messenger for iOS is now available to download over-the-air, or can also be downloaded to all iPhone models running iOS 7 or later. WhatsApp 2.17.1 update size is just 91.2MB and we recommend you to update under a strong Wi-Fi connection and good battery life.

WhatsApp update’s new feature basically queues your messages in case you don’t have an internet connection nearby and it gets send once you reach that by activating an internet connection. You can simply tap ‘Send’ on messages when you don’t have a connection active. Messages will be queued up and sent when your phone regains a connection.

It’s so simple and very useful that WhatsApp update brought to the iPhone. Redesigned storage usage screen lets you manage your phone’s storage space by clearing certain message types, like videos, from specific chats (Settings > Data and Storage Usage > Storage Usage). Finally, the update lets users manage their phone’s memory space in a better way as it allows you clear certain unwanted messages, images, media from specific chats to free up the space.

As mentioned above that the latest update version 2.17.1 of WhatsApp Messenger also brings the ability to send up to 30 photo or videos at once now. Previously capped limit for photo and video sharing was at 10, and now it becomes 30.

Furthermore, WhatsApp is also working on bringing the ability to allow users to revoke or edit messages that already sent out to other groups or individual contacts. This feature is available in beta version of WhatsApp’s iPhone app and is said to be disabled by default, meaning, you will no longer have to turn it on manually.

(Download: WhatsApp 2.17.1 on iOS App Store for Free of Charge)

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