A gold-themed WhatsApp MOD
If you're fed up of the boring aspect of your traditional WhatsApp, you can always resort to downloading a MOD of this application. You know what a WhatsApp MOD is, don't you? Yes, a modified version of the official app that allows us to change certain aspects as well as adding new functions.
WhatsApp Gold, a MOD based on WAPlus
One of the most popular MODs, not to say the most, together with GBWhatsApp is definitely WhatsApp Plus or WhatsApp+. This is one of the most acclaimed versions amongst the users of alternative developments to the official application to chat and send messages, and it receives updates on a regular basis. Well, based on this MOD, several other ones have also been developed, as is the case of WhatsGold that incorporates all the functions of the latter as well as offering us a user interface full of golden themes and designs.
It adds several features regarding the original app which you'll be able to enjoy on your phone once you download its APK. These are its most noteworthy functions:
- WhatsApp MOD developed upon the official app and that includes all the original functions.
- Anti-ban protection.
- Improved privacy management being able to hide our connection status.
- Different themes to be downloaded.
- Possibility to attach more images and videos to our messages.
- Support for larger files.
- Option to download the statuses of our contacts.
- Different designs for checks and conversation bubbles.
These are just some of the features available in this app, but if you want to check them out for yourself simply hit the Download button. However, we have to warn you that since it's not an official development, your privacy and security may be jeopardized. So you have to see if you're interested in putting your personal info at stake by giving the data you share on the app to unknown third-party.
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: Android 2.3.
- The installation of the app by means of the APK file requires the activation of the "Unknown sources" option within Settings>Applications.
With a degree in History, and later, in Documentation, I have over a decade of experience testing and writing about apps: reviews, guides, articles, news, tricks, and more. They have been countless, especially on Android, an operating system...