One of the most requested WhatsApp features might finally be coming soon, with the latest version of WhatsApp beta reported to have the ability to install directly to iPad devices.
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While the feature is not yet operational, the latest WhatsApp beta release for Android does have a new "Third-party chats" section that will eventually allow the app to get messages from other apps.
WhatsApp is reportedly enhancing its messaging features with new text formatting tools. These tools are especially ideal for developers and anyone who uses the app for work communication.
WhatsApp is beginning to roll out the ability to share photos at HD quality, allowing for resolution to be preserved when sharing a photo, with HD video sharing to follow in the future.
WhatsApp Beta is testing a new feature that allows users to create custom stickers using AI. It uses Meta's secure technology, and users will be able to report inappropriate stickers.
WhatsApp is testing a multi-account feature for Android, allowing multiple accounts on a single device. Its availability is limited to beta, bringing flexibility to personal and work accounts.
WhatsApp is testing a new feature on its messaging app that allows group participants to join a common voice chat. The feature is currently available on WhatsApp Beta for Android 22.214.171.124.
WhatsApp has introduced a new feature that will allow users to record and send a short video message from within the chat screen. The feature is currently rolling out to WhatsApp Beta users.
The latest beta version of WhatsApp for Windows has added the ability to share your screen with others in a video call for some users, which was previously added to the Android beta last month.
WhatsApp is testing a flurry of features for its native Windows, Android and iOS apps. This week, they are working on bringing username, screen-sharing, and more to users through beta channels.
WhatsApp has finally announced in its official blog post the latest feature available starting today on devices including Android and iOS. The update lets users edit and make changes to sent texts.
A few WhatsApp users have started to receive the option to edit text messages on the Android app with the latest beta update, a few days after the feature rolled out on WhatsApp Web.
WhatsApp is rolling out the ability to edit messages after they have been sent. The feature is currently being rolled out to WhatsApp Web beta app and should hit Android and iOS apps soon.
WhatsApp now has a full-fledged app in beta trials with support for text, voice, and emoji messages on Galaxy Watch5, Watch4, Pixel Watch, and other smartwatches running Google's Wear OS.
WhatsApp Beta users on Android can now start leveraging companion mode on their smartphone. The nifty functionality is an extension of Linked Devices and allows you to pair with up to four phones.
Whatsapp beta for iOS has a few new features in the making which include sharing WhatsApp Statuses on Facebook without switching apps, and a new design to display app settings on iOS.
Meta is working on a WhatsApp capability that will allow you to set expiration dates for group chats. The idea behind it could be to get rid of older messages in a bid to improve storage utilization.
Meta is known to be working on a feature for WhatsApp that aims to reduce spam calls that you may receive significantly. In theory, the new features will silence calls coming from an unknown number.
In a new update on the TestFlight beta Program, WhatsApp has updated its iOS version to 126.96.36.199, which brings more updates to the upcoming ability to send photos with higher quality.
According to a report, WhatsApp is rolling out a new update to beta testers on iOS where they are getting a "camera mode" capability. The update brings hands-free videos to users alongside bug fixes.
WhatsApp has introduced five new features for WhatsApp Status. These include the ability to share voice messages as a Status, new privacy controls, Status Reactions, and other useful capabilities.
WhatsApp is reportedly developing a feature for Android devices to allow users to send their chat records from one device to another without the need to update their chat records on Google Drive.
WhatsApp is working on a new way to let users find old messages in chats. The feature seems to be far more convenient than what we have currently, which is scrolling until you find those messages.
WhatsApp is releasing a "Message Yourself" capability that lets users send texts to themselves. The feature makes it quicker and easier to text yourself compared to other workarounds.
WhatsApp has introduced a feature that lets users hide their online status from others. It has also updated the beta version for testers by adding polls on WhatsApp for web and other features.
WhatsApp could add a feature that displays profile pictures of group members besides the text they send in group chats. The addition is undergoing work and has not rolled out to beta users either.
WhatsApp has announced that its new app for Windows is now live. It ditches the web-based Electron framework in favor of Windows-native Universal Windows Platform (UWP) technologies.
As an additional part to the recently announced privacy improvements to WhatsApp, the latest beta for Android begins testing the ability for group admins to approve new participants.
Social messaging app WhatsApp is seemingly getting a very welcome capability soon. The new feature will allow you to hide your online status if you prefer more privacy when using the app.
The Meta-owned messenger gets regular updates, and if you like living on the edge, the Beta UWP app for Windows receives new features first, like today, with some fancy chat formatting options.
The WhatsApp Beta UWP recently received an update on Windows 11, adding a couple of useful features. However, they aren't entirely new to most users, as Android and iOS users have had them for years.
WhatsApp is currently working on a plethora of new features, including new emoji shortcuts, and a new way to view media files on Android devices. These new features are currently in the testing phase.
Following the arrival of the WhatsApp Beta app on the Microsoft Store, the company has added several new features to improve the app experience. It gets even better with dark mode support.
It appears that the WhatsApp Desktop app available via the Microsoft Store is about to get a Windows 11 makeover soon. The development team has reportedly transitioned to WinUI 2.6 for this purpose.
The new WhatsApp for Windows 10 and 11, which was spotted earlier today, can already be downloaded and tried out, if it works. The app is still in beta and is apparently based on the UWP framework.
WhatsApp's upcoming feature will allow users to transcribe voice notes and audio messages. The feature is currently in development for iOS and should roll out to beta users in the near future.
WhatsApp's upcoming feature will allow users to hide their last seen, profile photo and about from a select group of contacts, giving them more control over their privacy on the app.
Earlier this week, WhatsApp officially announced multi-device support and soon after the company started rolling it out to beta users. We took the feature for a spin to try it out for ourselves.
After more than a year of testing, WhatsApp is finally rolling out the ability to encrypt chat backups before uploading them to Google Drive offering extra security to WhatsApp users.
WhatsApp users with the iOS beta app will now be able to send photos and videos that disappear once they have been viewed with the latest "view once" mode along with a redesigned in-app notification.