We often tend to make errors while sending an important WhatApp message which might cause discomfort to the receiver. According to a new report, it looks like an upcoming update to WhatApp will bring a new feature that can solve this issue. A beta version of the messenger will let it users to edit or revoke the sent messages, but it should be done before the receiver reads it.
The WhatsApp messenger has seen plenty of updates and new features after Facebook has acquired it early 2014. This messenger app debuted in January 2009, and since then it has become one of the biggest messenger platforms in many countries. The app was limited to Mobile phones and tablets initially but later it was extended to PS’s with the name WhatsApp Web in January 2015.
Later the support was also extended to Windows and MacOS operating system, similar to WhatsApp Web service a few months back that supports Windows 8 and OS X 10.9 and higher. We have seen the messenger getting Video call support to its users on various platforms that let users make video calls.
Recently we have also seen the news about WhatsApp messenger stopping its services to many of the Smartphone by the end of 2016 which is not much far from now. The handsets running on Android 2.1 or 2.2 Operating system and also for the devices running on Windows 7 or lesser operating system will not be able to access WhatsApp from the prescribed date
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