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.
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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.
Last year WhatsApp announced disappearing messages and the company is now taking it to next level by adding support for disappearing media that will be deleted once it has been viewed by the receiver.
WhatsApp is expected to launch a new feature that will automatically delete messages after a period of time. A FAQ document published by WhatsApp gives us some insights into how the feature will work.
More than a year after adding support for Face ID on WhatsApp for iOS, Facebook is finally close to bringing Face Unlock on WhatsApp for Android along with an option to join missed calls.
WhatsApp is in final stages to release the linked devices feature that would allow users to use WhatsApp across multiple devices simultaneously without having internet connection on primary device.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp is working on a new privacy-focused feature that will further improve the app experience by allowing users to sign in to WhatsApp Web using their fingerprint.
The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has dismissed a case against WhatsApp's payment solution. The decision brings the company one step closer to launching its platform in the country.
WhatsApp is rolling out an enhanced version of search for beta users on Android, called advanced search, that lets users search for specific types of messages such as links, photos, and more.
Until now, group calls had been limited to four participants. However, in the latest beta of the app, the limit has been increased, allowing connections with up to eight users at the same time.
Follow this guide to know how you can enable Dark mode in WhatsApp for Android in just a few simple steps. The feature is currently found in the beta version but a stable release should be out soon.
A new WhatsApp beta update has been spotted featuring a Google-powered image search tool, which will help confirm the authenticity of a received image. However, it's not available to everyone yet.
It appears that WhatsApp could roll out verified accounts for businesses after a change was spotted in the beta app for Windows Phone preventing check mark emojis from being included in account names.
A new update to the beta version of WhatsApp for iOS enables users to update and recall unread messages sent to recipient devices. Also, it brings the ability to share real-time position.
In the latest version of WhatsApp beta for Windows phones, there's an interesting change: recognition for GIF images. This seems to indicate that full support for animated images may soon arrive.