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Heavily Themed Whatsapp Released
The last time we talked about the increasingly popular messaging app Whatsapp, it was still in its beta stage. Since then, it’s had its stable release, several updates, and is now even available in the Android Market.
XDA Senior Member Yorzua has taken Whatsapp one step further by taking it apart, adding some very nifty redesigns, and putting it back together to create a few modified versions for fans of the application. The redesigns are heavily themed and built atop the most recent version of Whatsapp, which is currently 2.7.4462. As always, the application is as simple as installing any other apk. But because the package name remains unchanged, simply uninstall the market version before installing Yorzua’s themed version if you already have it installed.
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