O Whatsapp must be constantly updated. The action makes the application work properly, correcting possible bugs and bringing security improvements to users. In this sense, always look for the latest version of the messaging platform.
If the messenger is already configured on the device to receive automatic updates, but is left behind due to other applications, know that it is possible to prioritize its update manually through the device’s application store, both on Android and iOS.
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How to update WhatsApp on Android
- Open the Google Play Store and search for WhatsApp in search;
- Then go to the app page, tap the “Update” button and wait for the installation.
How to update WhatsApp on iOS
- In the App Store, search for WhatsApp;
- When you find it, tap the “Update” button to start the download;
- Once this is done, the installation will be carried out.
It is worth mentioning that if the update icon does not appear, it means that your device already has the latest version of WhatsApp.
How to update WhatsApp Web
WhatsApp update to its web version takes place automatically. When new settings are released, a notification will appear at the top of the conversation list asking to allow page reload (refresh).
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WhatsApp confirms the launch of a new feature long awaited by users
A great novelty should arrive in Brazil. Uber Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi revealed that it will soon be possible to order a Uber trip via Whatsapp.
The manager’s confirmation came through the Conversations conference in a panel with Sheryl Sandberg, Meta’s director of operations.
First of all, it is important to point out that order an Uber by Whatsapp is already a function available abroad. In India, for example, since December 2021 it is already possible to contact the Uber chatbot via messenger and request a ride, informing the destination.
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The application then brings information that the driver is on the way, such as license plate and car model. Khosrowshahi also revealed that the partnership with WhatsApp in India has worked well to attract new users to the service, and that he plans to expand the function to more countries, including Brazil.
“Brazil too, of course,” he commented.
The international expansion of the project had already been reported by Uber in 2021, when the resource began to be offered in India. However, it is important to clarify that there is still no forecast of when Brazilians will be able to order Uber by WhatsApp.