WA Tweaks




Enable hidden features from WhatsApp beta versions


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WA Tweaks is a lightweight app that lets you activate all the features 'hidden' within the beta versions of WhatsApp. To do this, of course, your device needs to be 'rooted.' Otherwise, the app's features won't work correctly.

In order to use WA Tweaks correctly, you first have to close WhatsApp and turn on airplane mode. Once you do this, you just have to open WA Tweaks, enable the extra features you want, and open WhatsApp again. That's it. Right away, you can start enjoying all the additional features.

It's important to realize that all the features that you can activate with WA Tweaks are actually ALREADY in WhatsApp, but just aren't active. All you can do with this app is activate them.

WA Tweaks is a lightweight app that lets you get the most out of your WhatsApp experience. Plus, despite how it may appear at first, this app is super easy to use. In less than two minutes, you can have all your extra features perfectly enabled.
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Requires Android 3.0 or higher

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