Fans of the GBWhatsapp mod should be happy to know that a brand-new APK update has just arrived. The new update sports the 6.88 version number and it introduces a plethora of cool features that take the performances of the mod to the next level. Since this is an APK update that we are talking about, it can only be installed on Android powered smartphones that have the “Unknown Sources” option enabled. Nonetheless, let’s check out everything there is to know about this latest GBWhatsapp APK update.
GBWhatsapp 6.88 APK Update
This is a major update for GBWhatsapp and it weighs in at 28.1MB. GBWhatsapp fans shouldn’t be fooled by the small size of the update because it introduces a total of twelve features and many more bug fixes which improve the app’s overall performances and software stability. With that said, let’s go over the features that the new 6.88 APK update introduces.
- Fixed Change App Language in Android Oreo and Pie;
- Fixed Showing View Messages sent By when Click on More Contacts in Group Profile;
- Added New Fonts;
- Increased Pin Chats feature from 25 to 30;
- Fixed Force Close when Select more than 2 contacts in Auto Reply/Message Scheduler;
- Fixes bugs and Enhanced user experience;
- Fixed: Remove Facebook And Twitter Follow Messages When You Open The App Or Settings;
- Updated GBStickers Pack And GBStickers Maker;
- Added New Application For Wallpapers – To Download It Go To Settings -> Chats -> Wallpapers -> Wallpapers Library;
- Added Default WhatsApp Icon – To Change It Go To GBWhatsApp app settings – Option 6.0;
- Added Option to Disable click on Header for Hidden Chats (Mod 6.21);
- Added Now You can Sort Messages Sent By (Newest/Oldest) in GBWhatsApp.
As we can clearly see, this is a major update for GBWhatsapp and we advise everyone to download it as soon as possible.
Carrie Ryley was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale. As a journalist Carmen has contributed to NPR News Blog, Outdoor Magazine and many other publications. In regards to academics, Carrie earned a degree in business degree from A&N and earned her master’s degree at University of Florida. Carrie covers local news and culture stories here at Miami Morning Star.