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top 5 best extensions for WhatsApp users-2019/2020

WhatsApp is a free social messaging app owned by “Facebook” that lets you send text messages, images, maps, documents, voice, and video calls and recorded voice messages.

As good as it sounds, it can still do better, which is why there are apps and extensions you can add to your WhatsApp app and do a lot more than just send your messages like “Gbwhatapp”

Here are five of the best apps or extensions you can use with WhatsApp for a richer experience.

Here are five of the best apps or extensions you can use with WhatsApp for a richer experience.

1. AutoResponder for WhatsApp

5 of the Best Extensions for Whatsapp Users

AutoResponder is another good app you can use to create a better experience for your contacts. You can automatically respond to custom received messages on WhatsApp or WA Business using the chatbot, and customize each auto-reply to your liking.

The downside is you can’t send pictures, stickers, videos or other media files. It also doesn’t work with WhatsApp Web and tablet apps. However, the app is still in beta, with promises of new features coming soon, like font-formatting styles, driving mode, and a widget.

Note: If it doesn’t work for you, update WhatsApp messenger to the latest version.

2. Transcriber for WhatsApp

5 of the Best Extensions for Whatsapp Users

Transcriber for WhatsApp is a free, handy app that converts WhatsApp voice notes to text. If you keep receiving voice messages and can’t open them because the situation at the time doesn’t allow, the app will convert the voice to text messages so you can read them later.

To use it, just install the app and then select the voice message, tap on the share icon in WhatsApp and choose Transcriber. It’ll display the transcription in the same WhatsApp screen. The app will transcribe only the portions with a voice in them, and within seconds you’ll have your message ready to read.

3. WAToolkit

5 of the Best Extensions for Whatsapp Users

This Chrome extension is a must-have if you use WhatsApp Web on your desktop Chrome browser. It’s free to use and allows you to expand the width of the chat bubbles to full-width so you can optimize and utilize the extent of your monitor.

In your Chrome toolbar, you’ll find the WAToolkit icon that adds message badges that separate read from unread messages. Simply hover over it to read all your incoming messages without opening the web client. This saves time, and you can read messages without the recipient getting the “Seen” blue ticks.

4. WikiBot

5 of the Best Extensions for Whatsapp Users

WikiBot is another extension you can use for WhatsApp that offers quick explanations and meanings to queries directly from Wikipedia. It’s like your own little dictionary within the app, and you don’t have to install or download anything to use it.

It’s also easy to set up by adding WikiBot’s phone number to your contact list (save as WikiBot) and then typing in a command and sending it to the contact. It’ll respond with a confirmation prompt that acknowledges you’ve activated the service, plus how to unsubscribe and alert you that you’re ready to enjoy the service.

5. Sticker Maker

5 of the Best Extensions for Whatsapp Users

Sticker Maker can import photos or memes from your own gallery and create up to thirty stickers per pack for WhatsApp with as many packs as you want.

To get started, download the app and then create your stickers, name the pack and add stickers to it. Next, publish the sticker pack to WhatsApp and start enjoying your stickers. and as you can see you can now enjoy having good chart experience with WhatsApp unlike “Gbwhatapp”

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