WhatsApp-Soon you can recall,edit messsages after sending

Admin, 02/02/2017
WhatsApp-Soon you can recall,edit messsages after sending

The feature is reportedly being tried on iPhone beta and Android beta application. 

According to @WABetaInfo, the WhatsApp for Android forms 2.17.25 and 2.17.26 have the new alter and revoke highlights. 

The recall message choice on WhatsApp will however be appropriate just if your contact has not recieved the message. This should be possible by long squeezing a sent message. 

WhatsApp has recently revealed another element for iPhone in which clients can line messages without web connection. 

All iPhone clients running iOS 7 or higher can now download the most recent WhatsApp variant 2.17.1.

See More WhatsApp latest Update article 

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