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New update for Whatsapp of the service system “IOS”

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iPhone users can now download the application free for the first year

All iPhone users can now download the application free for the first year, and take a backup copy of the talks to iCloud.

The company launched a developer of Instant Messaging service Whatsapp Tuesday, a new update for the application of the service system “IOS“, brings with it the advantage of allowing users to save a backup copy of the talks within the cloud storage service “iCloud”.

The company said in a publication on its blog, it is known that the users of the service on the phones iPhone pay $ 0.99 to download the application, unlike the rest of the platforms where everyone can download the application and try it for a whole year for free , the company said that since now become able to all users on all platforms to use the application for the first year for free. With regard to the purchase of application from  users “iPhone”, the application will be available to them free lifetime

The new Whatsapp also has the ability to send multiple pictures at the same time, in addition to private developers feature that allows them to integrate their applications with Whatsapp.

Whatsapp users  on system “IOS” can also update the application they have, or download the new version of the shop “Apple” for applications, note that the application  size is15.3 MB, and requires the presence of version 4.3 and above of the system.

 

 

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