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Top 5 Third-Party WhatsApp Apps

As we all know, WhatsApp is the most popular messaging app in the world. 

We do not see when it will get real competition, let alone get dethroned from leading the messaging apps in the tech industry. 

However, most people used to complain that WhatsApp was not as customizable as they wanted it to be. 

And since WhatsApp did not look like they were going to do anything about it, third-party app makers decided to step in. 

The most popular of these apps is the GBWhatAsapp.

Several WhatsApp clone apps out there offer their users more customization options than WhatsApp itself does. 

These apps come with more features than the original WhatsApp itself. 

However, they are not safe compared to WhatsApp, which means that you can get hacked easily when you use any of those third-party apps. 

We will take a look at some of these apps in today’s article.


This is one of the WhatsApp clone apps that have a unique feature. 

You can lock the YOWhatsApp up without having to download an app specifically for that. 

You can also hide your ‘last seen’ from some people that you would want to hide it from while leaving it for others to see. 

This feature is not present on the original WhatsApp app. The part on the original WhatsApp allows you to hide the ‘last seen’ from either all your contacts or non-contacts


This app allows you to use several numbers at the same time. However, its customizations are fewer than the other apps on this list. 

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You can even send a file size of up to 1GB to your contacts. 

You will also be able to choose your desired ticks as the app offers over 30 ticks and bubble styles that you can use.


With this app, users are availed of a large number of themes. There is also an increase in the number of words you can write in a status. 

You will also be able to send videos and audio files in large sizes. Another feature is that you will also be able to zoom in on the profile picture of your contacts with the OGWhatsApp app.

GBWhatsApp MiNi

GBWhatsApp MiNi is a light WhatsApp clone that can run on smaller android phones with less RAM and CPU power. 

This app uses the pure official skin of the original WhatsApp. However, users will be able to choose the type of skin they would like to use. 

You can also modify several colors and themes to create what you want. 

The app is a version of the popular GBWhatsapp trimmed down. 

Due to this, it comes with all the essential features that made the GBWhatsapp popular. 

Its usage will feel the same way as it was on the bigger GBWhatsapp version.

WhatsApp Indigo

The bubbles of this app have been modified with various colors such as grey, crayon, and pink. 

You can send files that are as big as 72MB to your contacts and send photos in their original quality. 

The original WhatsApp does not allow users to send photos and videos in their original quality. 

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Sending files in bigger sizes and original qualities is why people have been moving to this app instead of the original WhatsApp.

The clone third-party WhatsApp apps are loaded with great features that make their usage helpful and enjoyable. 


Most of these features are not found in the original WhatsApp itself. 

All the WhatsApp clone apps listed above all come with the basic functionality of the original WhatsApp, which is to send and receive chat messages and to share various forms of media with our family and friends. 

However, the downside to these apps is that they are not safe as the original WhatsApp. 

All those extra features cannot guarantee the safety of your files once a hacker hits. 

However, if you think you know exactly what you are doing, we will not try to stop you.

If you want to know how to use WhatsApp on a computer without your phone number, then click here to read the steps.

Do you know it is easy for someone to hack your WhatsApp account? read this article to know about WhatsApp hacking and how to prevent yourself from someone hacking your WhatsApp account.

Emmanuel Boakye Yiadom
Emmanuel Boakye Yiadom
Emmanuel is a tech blogger, cryptocurrency educator and can sometimes be found decorating cars because he is in love with arts. He also likes reading and blogging about what's happening in the tech world and loves to help people with their techs related issues in his free time.

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