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WhatsApp Is Working On Its ‘New App’ For iPhone Users - WhatsApp Business For IOS

WhatsApp may soon launch the iOS version of WhatsApp business. The recent reports from WABetaInfo claim that the company is now working on the iOS version of WhatsApp Business app and may roll out the app to iPhone users shortly.

WhatsApp Is Working On Its ‘New App’ For iPhone Users

We all know that the instant messaging app, WhatsApp, rolled out the WhatsApp Business app for Android users in January 2018. WhatsApp Business enables you to have a business presence on WhatsApp, communicate more efficiently with your customers, and help you grow your business.

However, WhatsApp hasn’t told anything concerning its iOS version. Now it looks like the company may soon launch the iOS version of WhatsApp business too!

The recent reports from WABetaInfo claim that the company is now working on the iOS version of WhatsApp Business app and may roll out the app to iPhone users shortly.

The report also claims that the app is right now in its tentative phase and doesn’t have each and every feature that the WhatsApp Business for Android endures. Features like Quick Replies, & Labels goes missing in the iOS version of the app.

WABetaInfo said “WhatsApp is currently working to implement the Greeting Message feature, the first messaging tool, obviously already available in WhatsApp Business for Android. Enabling the Greeting Message feature, an automatic message will be sent to new customers or after 14 days of no activity, with a customized message.”

So, if you hold an iOS device and waiting for WhatsApp Business to arrive on the platform. Then, this could be a great news for you since WhatsApp for Business is about to get the iOS version of the app shortly.


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