Popular instant messaging service WhatsApp has begun to roll out changes to its Android app that give people who share documents new features while tweaking existing ones.
The first change of note is one that allows people to attach a caption when sharing a document, giving them the option to add a description of what that file might be. Another addition is the ability to create personalised avatars.
Another addition of note is the ability to share up to 100 images and videos in a chat at any one time, something that was previously limited to just 30. Finally, longer group subjects and descriptions are now available to help people better describe the group’s purpose or rules.
The changes are presently only available to Android users, with Apple users being forced to wait for a future update.
However, iPhone users face a wait after Android customers were urged to install the latest update.