You no longer have to worry about not replying Whatsapp messages.
This week, Whatsapp finally welcomed iOS users to the world of offline messaging.
The app’s latest iOS update allows iPhone users to engage in offline messaging, so they can prep messages to send while waiting for a connection and quickly keep their conversations going when they regain one.
Users can now tap “send” on multiple written messages even when there’s no internet connection, and once a connection is reestablished, those queued messages will be sent to the recipients automatically. This is a feature which has been available on Android devices since at least June 2016.
In addition to the offline feature, the update includes a redesigned storage usage screen and the ability to send up to 30 photos or video at once.
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