WhatsApp is one of the most popular cross-platform messaging apps for iOS. If you’re a long time user of the app, you must be aware that WhatsApp allows you to select a custom wallpaper for chat backgrounds. You can choose from any of the default wallpapers that come with the app or choose a photo from your Camera Roll. If you wish to enjoy more high-quality wallpapers then you should check out WhatsApp Wallpapers.
WhatsApp started rolling out the WhatsApp Web feature at the beginning of this year. However, at that time, it was available only for Android users.
WhatsApp had said that the web client wasn’t available for the iPhone due to “platform limitations.” iPhone users had to rely on jailbreaking to use the web client on the desktop with the iPhone.
Earlier this year, WhatsApp launched its much anticipated voice calling feature for Android, iOS and Windows Phone users. Since WhatsApp is primarily used in many emerging markets like India, the company has optimised its voice calling feature to make sure that it works well even on low-bandwith 2G connections.
WhatsApp Messenger has become one of the most popular messaging apps on the planet, and the latest update adds even more functionality to the service.
While WhatsApp is an effective way of keeping in touch with your friends and relatives, it can get frustrating when you start receiving a stream of spam messages from an unknown person. This is why iOS developer Ibrahim Sammour has produced a new jailbreak tweak known as WA ShutUp to save you from this frustation.
Do you wish to get notified whenever your friends come online in WhatsApp? If so, you should check out a jailbreak tweak called OnlineNotify that does exactly what you want.
Whatsapp is one of the most popular cross-platform messaging apps for iOS. If you’ve ever used it before, it can become a hectic task if you want to load earlier messages of a conversation in Whatsapp. WA Earlier Messages is a new jailbreak tweak that makes it a lot easier to load old messages of a particular conversation.
WhatsApp has kept us waiting a long time for voice calling, which was first confirmed at Mobile World Congress back in February 2014. But more than a year later, the company promises it will arrive within the coming weeks.
WhatsApp is yet to officially announce the launch of its VOIP calling service a.k.a WhatsApp Calls, but it has already been rolling out the feature in stages to Android users. iPhone users have not been so lucky with an update to the client last month only adding a call button for the upcoming feature, but not enabling it.