The world renown WhatsApp — the cross platform mobile application has been the savior for most of the smart phone users with the texting service it provided with only the internet charges being the cost of it. Compatible with iPhones, Android, BlackBerry, Windows and Nokia operating systems, the service provides much more than simple texting which includes sharing of unlimited images and videos among your friends. The latest addition to the application has taken its enthusiastic fans by storm and it’s called WhatsApp plus. We will guide you through the modification and what it can get you that the original app can’t.
This has been an issue with the original application with reduced size and quality. The new app has solved the issue and the images you share with this are guaranteed to be as sharp as they are. The quality of the images have been increased which makes the user be able to express themselves in high quality and pictures in a good range of pixels.
More space for file sharing
The old app just gave away 12 MBs of file sharing space while the plus version is giving away 16 Mega Bytes in its default setting while it can be extended to a whopping 50 Mega Bytes margin. You are unlikely to get that cutting to pieces kind of feeling ever again.
Additions to the messages
You can add your location to the messages you send and send multiple and text messages in the same time. This is in addition to the voice messaging feature that it brings. Also there are many themes to chose from which were never a luxury of its predecessor.
The whole new customizable outlook
An eye-catching feature in the new app is that the whole outlook it’s chat screen, conversation screen, background, icons and all can be modified as you wish. Even a shift of the original color of the WhatsApp icon is possible. Your conversations will never look the same with these new features.
In addition, you need to uninstall the original app to make space for the new one and your conversations with WhatsApp will automatically be stored into the new one.
WhatsApp plus is brought to you by a third party. Therefore, you don’t get that guarantee from the original developers of WhatsApp when it comes to the safeguard of your privacy.
Crash and burn
Users of WhatsApp plus have been complaining about crashing that occurs while using the app. Although this is likely to be amended in the latest versions, it’s better to keep that at the back of your mind before making the switch between the original and the new.
The overall impression of the new release is that it’s worth a try. The freedom it offers to make thing more personal is appealing. Yet, the app is a third party introduction and therefore, it’s a tad of a risk if you decide to replace the original application with the trendier youngster.