Yesterday, WhatsApp rolled out a major update to its ever-expanding mobile community.
The big change being users can now send messages even while offline. Before now, users could draft out messages offline but couldn’t send them because the send button only worked online. All that is changed now though. How this works is simple; while offline, every message sent queues up and then delivers once the device establishes a working internet connection. This update is available on both iOS and Andorid devices. Considering the big changes the Application has undergone in recent times, this is a small but without any doubt a very useful tweak.
Other changes include the photo attachment limit which has now been increased from 10 to 30 photos per message, and a complete redesign of its storage usage menu within the settings tab.