If you're one of many Windows Phone users who are users of WhatsApp, we have some good news for you. A new update has just been pushed that introduces a new feature called quoted messages, which allows users to quote a message directly in a reply, similar to Twitters quoted-retweet works.
The update also brings an updated file picker for uploading files and images into conversations, using the default Windows 10 Mobile file picker rather than the old Windows Phone 7 one. And above all, the update introduces a couple of UI tweaks that make using the app much more bearable, such as moving the send message button to the right of the text box, rather than right above the Start button.
The update is now available in the Windows Store, so if you're a WhatsApp user make sure you grab it now!
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