Some of the ‘features’ listed above are incorrect. WhatsApp already allows you to hide what you last saw through the toggle in Settings. Although the options are very limited, it allows you to change your theme. Everything else is a small QoL improvement, but most users do not use it in everyday use. However, one of the great claims made by the developer is the following:
Apparently, you can ‘sideload’ GB WhatsApp into your iPhone by ‘downloading’ the installer file. This is almost impossible because Apple users do not use sideload applications for the iPhone. This alone should set alarm bells in the minds of consumers.
Therefore, we recommend that you stay away from GB WhatsApp or similar third-party clones that are intended to ‘add’ or ‘enhance’ existing WhatsApp features. By default, WhatsApp encrypts all messages end-to-end, ensuring that no one but you and the recipient can read it. With these bootlegged versions you risk losing that power and your personal information being harvested by naive third parties.