Try this hidden feature to see who’s your favourite WhatsApp friend

Try this hidden feature to see who’s your favourite WhatsApp friend

Across the globe over 64 billion messages are sent every day via the service. But did you know there’s a hidden feature that shows who you’ve been sending the most messages to.

WhatsApp fans can follow these steps to reveal their top friends list. Simply head to WhatsApp and select Settings > Account and tap Storage Usage.

You’ll then be presented with a friends list with details of how many messages have been sent to them.

And you can even see which one of your mates has been costing you the most data, by tapping size at the bottom of the screen.

WhatsApp recently launched a new update which allows users to mark messages as unread, and addss the ability to use Google Drive as a back up.

Users can also lower the data of WhatsApp voice calls via the new ‘Low data usage’ setting. Apple users were also treated to WhatsApp web in recent weeks, bringing your iPhone’s messages to your PC.

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