WhatsApp beta for iOS what’s new?

After opening the first official public beta program more than 1 month ago, WhatsApp is already starting to test new features for all beta users, that will be available in future for any user having the AppStore version.
In particular, WhatsApp has recently submitted a new beta update through the TestFlight beta program, bringing the version up to
Let’s find out together what is new or changed ..

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WhatsApp is rolling out the Stickers feature!

WhatsApp was working for a long time to implement a new message type in their applications for iOS, Android and Windows Phone. Implementing Stickers in WhatsApp was very required in these months and we have followed very carefully the development, showing all their progress.
Following the development, we have discovered that WhatsApp has decided to support Facebook Stickers packs, as we wrote in the past, but they also supports Stickers Packs submitted by third parties in future..

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WhatsApp for iOS 2.18.40 changelog is available

Version: 2.18.40

Today WhatsApp has released a new update on the AppStore, bringing the version number up to 2.18.40.
The official changelog on AppStore reports the availability of a new feature, allowing you to see recent status updates in the WhatsApp widget in your iPhone’s Today View.
This update also includes bug fixes, improvements and some other new features currently under develoment and improvements.

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WhatsApp is studying some methods to prevent spam

Nowadays, the spam is a very widespread phenomena, and it is unfortunately also present in WhatsApp, starting to unknown contacts that add you in new groups, or when you receive spam messages like this:
WhatsApp is going to cost us money soon. The only way that it will stay free is if you are a frequent user i.e. you have at least 10 people you are chatting with. To become a frequent user send this message to 10 people who receive it (2 ticks) and your WhatsApp logo should turn Red to indicate a frequent user.

This is absolutely false, but not well-versed users may believe to these messages, or they may be bothered for them.

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