WhatsApp 2.12.3 Download On iOS – With The Storage Usage Feature
We are used to receiving new updates more often on Android with new features being introduced for the first time on this platform. But, it seems that the developers of WhatsApp made an exception and released an unexpected update for iOS containing a Storage Usage feature and additional archive option next to individual chats. If you haven’t downloaded this update yet, get it now from iTunes!
The application with the largest number of active users is maturing with each new update, becoming an addictive communication tool which helps people get in touch with old and new friends, families, co-workers etc., and chatting with them without being charged. WhatsApp is basically free in the first year of use, but after that, an annual 0.99 dollars is applied to extend the availability of users’ accounts. However, it’s worth paying this small sum, because there are a lot of features that come in handy, such as free text messaging, sharing multimedia files of up to 16MB, making free voice calls, creating group chats with up to 100 people etc. But, in addition to these features, the iOS version has an additional feature called “Storage Usage”, found in the Accounts tab, which gives the users details about the amount of space that is being used by individual chats or groups, so that they will know which one is eating up more space. This way, the users will understand how much space is eaten up by texts, images, videos etc.
Another new feature will allow the iOS users to archive chats with just one swipe. When they will swipe right, besides the delete options, they will see an additional archive button. WhatsApp will most likely bring these features to the Android version as well, but we don’t know for sure when this will happen.
Also, the new WhatsApp 2.12.3 version for iOS brought normal and necessary bug fixes, to make the application more stable. The previous updates came with location sharing, slow-motion video sharing, chat archiving and other cool features. The great thing is that the iOS version supports voice calls, and this feature has been waited for a long time, after being introduced on Android, back in February.