More than a year after Watsab launched its commercial platform, WhatsApp Business on Android phones, the app finally released its version on iPhone phones.
The change came at the request of millions of users, and Facebook owner, Facebook, said that this is one of the most demanding iPhone application requests on the iPhone, according to TechCrunch.
The app explained that the iOS version, as its Android counterpart, is designed to help small business owners reach their smartphone customers.
This includes companies' ability to create profiles, including their description, email, address, and website, as well as messaging tools to communicate with customers, such as automated greetings, quick replies, and remote messaging.
Businesses can also use WhatsApp Business from their desktop computers, which published in January tools to organize and filter chats, as well as quick answers. At that time, WhatsApp said it has 5 million corporate customers.