WhatsApp is such a popular chatting app that it doesn’t need an introduction. After all, the app has been downloaded and installed by more than one billion users from all over the world! However, what we want to mention is that WhatsApp benefits from full fledged developer support. The reason why this matters is because it means that the chatting app is updated on a regular basis.
The developers who are in charge of WhatsApp are constantly pushing out OTA (over the air software updates that introduce bug fixes and software tweaks. With that being said, no one should be shocked to find out that WhatsApp has just received a new update which sports the 2.19.221 beta version number.
WhatsApp 2.19.221 Beta Update
WhatsApp fans who enjoy the premium user experience that the chatting app offers should be happy to find out that a brand-new update has arrived. The new update focuses on taking the software performances of WhatsApp to the next level and it does that by introducing a handful of bug fixes and under the hood tweaks.
Under the Hood Tweaks
As previously noted, the new update for WhatsApp comes with a bunch of bug fixes. These bug fixes are taking care of major issues that sometimes caused WhatsApp to lag and to even glitch out. Not just that, but the update also introduces new under the hood tweaks. The reason why these tweaks are called under the hood is that even though WhatsApp might not be able to see them, they are certainly going to feel them because they are taking the overall performances of the chatting app to the next level.
The last thing that we want to mention about WhatsApp’s latest update is that it has also been released in the form of APK (Android Package Kit). This makes it possible for tech-savvy and eager WhatsApp users to manually download the update.
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