WhatsApp is finally letting iPhone users queue messages while offline
Have you ever been stuck somewhere with no internet access and not known how to function for even a second without being able to communicate with people online?
Of course you have, it's 2017.
There used to be a time when lack of internet connection meant you couldn't send WhatsApp messages. In fact, that time was last week. But it's all changed now.
So no more of this:
When will @WhatsApp support the sending of messages offline on iOS?! Such a useful feature on other message platforms
— Sam Dunne (@SamuelJDunne) November 3, 2016
@whatsapp how is it possible that 'iOS whatsapp offline pending messages are not supported' ?
— David P. Oesch (@David_Oesch) December 7, 2016
As reported by Mashable, users are now able to queue messages offline so that they send as soon as their internet connection is reestablished.
Remember when you were typing and the send option was greyed out? That frustration is no more.
The offline use feature has been present for Android users since the summer of last year, but iOS has taken a while to catch up.
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