GBWhatsApp working on an Anti-Ban Feature

GBWhatsApp working on an Anti-Ban Feature

Ravi Teja


GBWhatsapp is one of the tops modded Whatsapp customer accessible for Android and has a client base of a large number of day by day dynamic clients. As far back as the updates on GB Whatsapp clients getting restricted went live, there has been a feeling of frenzy in the GB Whatsapp people group. 


A month ago, numerous GB Whatsapp and other Modded Whatsapp clients began revealing that they are getting prohibited from Whatsapp's authentic terms. At first, it looked like just a couple of clients were getting restricted yet it, later on, wound up clear that an enormous part of Modded Whatsapp clients is getting prohibited including other modded WhatsApp applications. 


There has been a feeling of vulnerability in this previous couple of weeks among GB Whatsapp clients, while some of them have uninstalled the applications, others are just scared of getting prohibited at any minute. Indeed, even the GB WhatsApp update 2019 May didn't do anything and getting clients restricted. The Leakers group stopped for a moment to talk with the group behind the GBWhatsapp Apk to get their interpretation of the progressing disaster, and we have some uplifting news for you folks. 


The engineering group behind GBWhatsapp said they will before long be discharging an update for the GBWhatsapp download application for Android. The most recent GBWhatsapp variant 6.90 will accompany a type of an Anti-Ban highlight which will keep all GBWhatsapp clients from getting restricted by Whatsapp. We don't have a clue how this has been made conceivable, however, the engineering group has been buckling down on finding and idealizing a workaround for this circumstance. 


The Anti-Ban highlight will be taken off inside half a month. The engineers are idealizing it, and as of now, the element is in the testing stage. Despite everything we don't have the foggiest idea about the careful reason regarding why Whatsapp began restricting the clients of these mod applications in any case; there are theories that it had something to do with Elections in India, however, there's still no solid proof of anything.