WhatsApp comes today with a surprise because the latest update is already in the App Store of the messaging app. WhatsApp users on iOS 13 will now be able to share content more quickly by having their most frequent contacts at a glance.
The update is available from today in the Apple application store and works as follows: when we want to share content from outside WhatsApp to the messaging app, we will not only see the application icon, but on the front line of battle we will see the contacts with whom we talk the most on WhatsApp.
This makes it easier to share content in the messaging app par excellence.
The version of WhatsApp where this novelty is found is 2.20.40, in fact, it is what is highlighted in the tab update technique. The previous noteworthy update of WhatsApp for iOS was the arrival of the dark mode.
Continuing with the WhatsApp update for iOS 13, this is how we will see it, once we update the app and go to share content:
As we can see, when going to share a dialog opens and the WhatsApp button remains, but the app highlights those contacts with whom we most often interact.
On Android, the story looks different, and that is, if we want to share something from outside WhatsApp to a WhatsApp chat, what we see is the messaging app button, and inside, 3 groups: "My Status", Frequent" and "Recent Chats".
Continuing with Android, the appearance of contacts in the dialog box when sharing only appears in Facebook group applications, that is, when we are going to share our Instagram story, for example, or a post from a follower.
So, in this update of WhatsApp for iOS 13, what has been done is to reduce the number of clicks, and speed up and make it easier to share content with the contacts with whom we interact the most throughout the day.