WhatsApp Adds Document Sharing On iOS And Android

by • March 8, 2016 • WhatsAppComments Off on WhatsApp Adds Document Sharing On iOS And Android3521

WhatsApp might have taken a small step away from old business by dropping support for BlackBerry, but seems to be going straight for today’s business crowd. The company is beginning to add the ability for users to upload and share documents in the new iOS and Android updates.

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It seems that users can only use the feature with PDFs but that’s definitely a start. Many documents are already circulated in PDF form, right? WhatsApp has made it possible for the first time for users to share documents as part of a new update for iOS and Android. All you have to do is find the paperclip icon in a message window and tap it to upload a document. On Android, users will see a “Document” option, whereas iOS users will have the option to “Share Document”.

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If you have cloud storage options connected to your device, you can find these available – so you can just choose a document from iCloud or Dropbox if you like. By doing this, WhatsApp is making its service more and more attractive for businesses and business users. It’s free and the company says it will always be free so could it be that the platform becomes a replacement for email for small or even medium-sized businesses?

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