WhatsApp is one of those applications that, every week, brings many new features. It is now possible to open two accounts on the same phone, create stickers, and chat with artificial intelligence. But not only that, you also have WhatsApp Plus V17.55.
Currently, many users tend to use WhatsApp Plus V17.55 because it provides them with additional benefits such as preventing your friends from knowing that you have viewed their messages without deactivating the double blue check, in addition to knowing who blocked you, and more.
If you don’t know all the new features brought by the recently updated APK, then here we are giving you a review of everything.
What’s new in WhatsApp Plus V17.55: latest version, October 2023
- Change the theme: many APKs usually put links to WhatsApp Plus so that the same users can download themes, but it will go back to how it was before, so you can only download what you want.
- Find out who blocked you. You need to go to Plus Features, and you will see a bottom bar. In this list, you can check who has blocked you.
- Prevent everyone from calling you. Just go to Plus Configuration, and there, go to Privacy. Then you need to find the option “Prevent calls,” and that’s it. With this, you can prevent your friends from calling you.
- Change the color: Just go back to Plus Configuration, select General, and look for the Colors option. At that time, you can change the color of the APK if you want.
- Separate groups from individual chats: Go to Plus Settings, General, and then select Top Bar. Find the tab to separate individual chats from groups, and that’s it.
The guide to finding out if WhatsApp Plus has a virus
- First, go to “Virus Total”, Here is the link.
- As you can see, there are two options: “File” (if you have downloaded the APK) and URL (if you have not yet downloaded it).
- Assuming you haven’t downloaded it yet, copy and paste in the “URL” section the link to the page where you will download WhatsApp Plus.
- Now, press enter or the search key.
- Wait for the process to finish, and in the upper left part, you will see the number of alerts reporting that it may be dangerous.