The company announced that it will remove third-party applications such as WhatsApp Plus or GB WhatsApp. For them it will send messages to the users who use them, since they do not comply with the general terms of the service.
WhatsApp confirmed that accounts that use unofficial third-party apps and that violate the use of the messaging service will be removed.
The main affected will be those users who use fraudulent applications, such as WhatsApp Plus or GB WhatsApp, since security practices cannot be carried out on them and this can damage the devices where they are installed.
The official messaging service will give notice through a message that the account is "temporarily suspended" so the user must download the official version on a mandatory basis.
If, after receiving this alert, the original version is not used, the account will be permanently suspended.
It is recommended to back up your chat history before changing the version.
In WhatsApp Plus, if the user previously stored the chat history, it will be automatically transferred to the official version.
For GB WhatsApp specifically, the company recommends following a series of steps: