GBWhatsApp is one of the best WhatsApp mods so far. The app offers many features that the official WhatsApp doesn’t. From hiding your status, locking your chat, to lots of customization options, GBWhatsApp sure has it all.
However, if you want to try something new, there are many alternatives to GBWhatsApp. Some of them are really worth trying. Here is what you should know.
YOWhatsApp, also known as YOWA, is a great alternative to GBWhatsApp. This WhatsApp mod has sleek features, such as a large number of emojis, 100+ language supports, and significant privacy settings. You can also change the theme, and hide the last seen for selected contacts.
WhatsApp Aero has a very intuitive design, which makes it a fantastic app to use. It has features such as hiding read recipients, stickers, anti-ban WhatsApp, support for Facebook Emojis and Messenger styles, themes, and much more. The app is more like an alpha version of WhatsApp.
WhatsApp Indigo is another great alternative to GBWhatsApp. The app allows you to hide archived chats, invite people to join groups, doodle images, send files with a size of 72MB, clear recently used emojis, hide ticks, always stay online, and more. The app is modified in colors such as Pink, Cyan, 3D, and Crayon.
WhatsApp Plus is one of the most known mod variants of WhatsApp. As the name implies, the app has some “Plus” features such as an inbuilt app lock, anti-ban, thousands of premium themes, and you can add up to 250 members in a group.
FMWhatsApp is a great app, especially because it allows you to use several phone numbers at a time. The app doesn’t have many customization features, but it offers many other options for a chat. You can send files of more than 1GB, hide or lock the chats, post a 5-minute video status, and more.
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