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Popular instant messaging platform WhatsApp is reportedly working on a curated version for its user base to connect via an iPad as well.
Predominantly an app used on mobile phones and more recently, web browsers, WhatsApp may roll out a version of the app that is compatible with an iPad.
While the exact structure of the app is uncertain, an update that flashed on the app recently spotted references to an iPad version of the app, reports The Independent.
The messaging app, a fortnight ago, rolled out its highly-anticipated 'Delete for everyone' feature in India, allowing users to delete sent messages on individual or group chat within seven minutes of sending the message.
Upon deleting the message, the receiver will get a notification stating that the message has been deleted.
However, both the user and message recipient should have the latest version of the app installed for the message to be successfully deleted.
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