OGWhatsApp APK Download: Features and How to migrate

WhatsApp, the world’s largest messaging service has connected people from the world as a whole and has allowed every smartphone user not only to send text messages and communicate with each other but also, send media files of most types. WhatsApp currently has the highest number of active users and is growing tremendously every month. It has resulted into a vast developer community, and the community has created great WhatsApp mods, with features that the original developers might never offer.

One such WhatsApp mod is the good old OGWhatsApp mod which offers a massive list of features and customizations, and in this post, you will learn all the things that it provides along with the Download link for the OGWhatsapp APK file.

Also, Check- GBWhatsapp, Whatsapp Plus.

OGWhatsApp Features list

  • Hide Blue-tick
  • hide Online status
  • Hide last seen
  • Ability to put more extended status in the text
  • Multi-account setup
  • Audio files size can be sent up to 50MB
  • One Tap location sharing with ease
  • Can send images and video files to contacts in full quality
  • In-built theme engine
  • Icon Changer
  • Apply passwords and PIN on every chat

OGWhatsApp APK

Step 1: Download the OGWhatsApp on your smartphone

Step 2: Next, you need to back up your current data present in your standard Whatsapp to Google Drive, and you can do so by going into Settings > Conversations and backup

Step 3: Now, you need to change to back up folder name to OGWhatsApp, and you can do so by going into your file explorer

Step 4: After that install the OGWhatsApp Apk file and do all the regular setup things

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Before you install, make sure you have Unknown Sources enabled on your handset, which you can do it by heading over to the settings panel > security, and you will find it there. And after installing the OGWhatsApp apk file, again disable the Unknown sources option, as its the safety feature of Android.

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