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Submitted by faizanshakyboy 788d ago | news

Here Are The Leaked Images Of The WhatsApp Version 3.0!

iPhonBuzz: Just over a month ago we had anticipated that the well-known Instant Messaging service, WhatsApp, would introduce a subscription fee, and we also unveiled the prices for the Canon. Today appeared the first images of the new version 3.0! (Phones, Software, whatsapp)

gunnerforlife  +   788d ago
is this only for IOS? because im already able to Send multiple messages on my S4 :/
moneygun2  +   788d ago
I believe this is only for the whatapp, application. You can send multiple messages through the native iphone text and iMessage service no problem.
deadman121  +   788d ago
I think he meant the Android version of Whatsapp already allows sending multiple messages.
Why o why  +   788d ago
Yeah, android whatsapp allows ten pics at once. That feature came last year I think....Pity you cant forward multiple

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