WattsUp adds photo filters and albums to the iOS version




Facebook application of Facebook today added new features to its operating system version of the Apple iOS mobile operating system. The application has three new features that are small but useful changes for the active application users of about 1.2 billion Person.

WattsUp is trying to catch up with other Facebook apps by adding a few filters internally to the camera. Watts users on iOS will soon be able to add filters and filters to GIF images, videos and animations.

A range of filters are available for iOS users who work with GIF images and videos, and currently have 5 different filters: pop pop, white, black, cool, chrome and film.

Albums feature automatically every time four or more photos or videos are shared in a single conversation. The album then shows up and combines those photos or videos with each other in conversations, so this feature avoids messing up private conversations, and you can click on the album Displays images and videos in full-screen mode.

Microsoft announced last week the automatic generation of albums in the immediate application of Skype, which has been completely redesigned and introduced to users of IOS and Android worldwide.

Facebook also added the third feature of the users of the WTSAP application to the IOS of the response shortcuts, so that the feature allows users to reply to messages received by simple pass, by swiping right to the message and start writing.

The new features were announced after months of redesigning the application to be more like the application of Snape Chat video messaging. In February, the application received updates on the status feature disappearing within 24 hours, as users of the application received in October The past has the advantage of being able to draw or add emoticons to images.


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