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WhatsApp Adds Photo Filters, Albums

WhatsApp for iOS's latest version comes with a few new features, including image filters, photo albums, and reply shortcuts. There are five filters currently available: pop, black and white, cool, chrome, and film.

Those filters can be applied to regular photos, GIFs, and even videos.
With the newly added album support, you can share albums with up to four photos or videos in a nice layout.
The quick reply option lets you swipe the message you want to respond to in a group chat, which will trigger a text box to appear at the bottom.
WhatsApp hasn't said when these features are going to arrive in Android.
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