How to install WhatsApp++ on iOS 11 without jailbreak

Here's a guide on how to install WhatsApp++ on iOS 11 without ever having to jailbreak the device.

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The WhatsApp messaging application is seen on a phone screen 3 August 2017 (Thomas White/Reuters)

The iOS 11 marks a new chapter for modified and hacked apps. For WhatsApp++ users, you can now download the needed IPA file and install it on your iOS 11 device without ever having to jailbreak it.

As a modified version, WhatsApp++ gives you all the custom features that come along with the native features of the official app. These additional features include the Stealth Mode, custom themes, unlimited media items per message and Touch ID and passcode support to lock the app.

IPA files are usually the primary requirement when installing a modified version of a mobile app without jailbreak. Do not fret because some generous individuals have made a way so you can get WhatsApp++ on your iOS 11 device working.

Below is the step-by-step tutorial on how to install WhatsApp++ on iOS 11 without jailbreak:

Step 1: You will need the WhatsApp IPA file to install the modified app. You can download it here.

Step 2: Copy the downloaded file on your PC. If you are a Mac user, you can either perform the official process via Xcode 7 or Cydia Impactor tool. Windows PC users can only sideload the WhatsApp IPA file via Cydia Impactor tool.

Step 3: After sideloading the hacked version of WhatsApp, wait a few wait minutes to complete the process. Follow further instructions.

Step 4: Head over to the main Settings > General > Profile & Device Management. Look for the profile associated with WhatsApp.

Step 5: Choose Trust and Trust again to reaffirm the process.

Step 5: Tap on the profile in question, then tap the Trust button. Tap Trust once again to reaffirm that you trust the source of the file.

Step 6: Leave the Settings menu now. On your Home screen, find the modified WhatsApp app.

For Android users, you can check out the WhatsApp 2.17.364 APK here.

This article was first published on October 7, 2017