WhatsApp has added some cool new features for iOS users with its latest updates, making it easier for users to manage the pictures in the application. Now the users will get photo filters, automatic albums in chats, and quick replies to messages.
Facebook Messenger has a number of filters that WhatsApp users were lacking – now, you can add filters to GIFs, photos, and videos before tapping send button. There are five filters that can be used either with the camera-clicked picture or any photo from the gallery that WhatsApp dubbed Pop, B&W, Cool, Film, and Chrome.
WhatsApp now automatically groups multiple photos instead of a stream of multiple lined images that users send or receive into a photo album, only to avoid wastage of chat space and scroll.
The last feature is the reply shortcut, which enables iOS users to reply to specific people in chat by swiping right on a specific text. This shortcut is particularly useful in group chats to speak or reply to multiple users at a time.
This update is currently available in App Store. The Android update of these new features is not yet disclosed, but hoping that it will soon arrive in the Play Store.