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WhatsApp Updates with Privacy Enhancements and Wallpapers

WhatsApp includes privacy improvements and new wallpapers

Messenger app with over 400 million users seems to be stepping on the gas. Since Facebook invested 19,000 million dollars in acquiring WhatsApp, they have revolutionized the sector and even the adjacent ones, since their updates could force the almighty operators to change their rates.

Although they have stepped on the accelerator, the truth is that They still have a lot of work to do. Substantially improving privacy, incorporating many features and being more alive to the movements of the competition are some of the fields in which Mark Zuckerberg and his boys will have to put hours and hours.


At the momentThey have already been put to work and in less than a month they have released an update for both the Android version and the iOS version. For example, after three years in the Google operating system, it has only been a few days since its users have been able to hide their last connection, when iPhone users have been able to do so for quite some time.

We can choose who to hide our image, status or connection

whatsapp-ios-7 "width =" 590 "height =" 441 "srcset =" 590w, https: //t.ipadizate. en / 2013/12 / whatsapp-ios-7-468x350.jpg 468w "sizes =" (max-width: 590px) 100vw, 590px "/></p><p>Other improvements in the privacy of users, regardless of the platform they are, are <strong>the possibility of hiding our profile image, our status or our connection depending on who we choose</strong>. Everyone, only contacts or nobody, these are the possibilities we have when it comes to displaying the aforementioned information.</p><p>Okay, not a big deal, but it's something the former owners hadn't thought of in 4 years. Some owners who took more than 4 months to update their application to iOS 7. But hey, <strong>everything is starting, hopefully now that they have given the first push, they continue with a good rhythm of improvements and problem solutions</strong>.</p><p>What we clearly do not want is for Facebook to automatically publish the images we receive from WhatsApp. And it is that no matter how good we are, we all receive images that are at least embarrassing. Furthermore, users want our photos, our messages and everything that happens around this application to be <strong>private</strong>, or at least that only who we want can see it.</p><p><strong>In the meantime, we are happy with new wallpapers that are added to those already existing until now</strong>. In my opinion it is not something to which much attention is paid, since anyone can choose our funds, download them and use them whatever they are. However, all improvements are good, whatever they are.</p><p>Have you already updated WhatsApp on your iPhone? What do you think of this new version?</p><p><img class=