WhatsApp platform has released the 188.8.131.52 update for its Android users in the beta channel, which shows that the company is working on On the response notifications are messages sent for the Android version. WhatsApp has been developing the "Quick Message" feature for several months, which, as its name implies, allows users to react to messages as they respond to posts and comments on the Facebook app.
Previously, the WhatsApp platform had no plans to alert users to the reactions to the messages, but the company later began developing it for the beta version of its iOS app, and is now working on the same release. Feature for Android users. According to a credible source, the ability to respond to messages is set to be released to all users in an update. In addition, it is not clear when WhatsApp will release the message response feature to users around the world.
In recent months, WhatsApp has announced a variety of features for its platform, which can increase the number of users of this popular platform and increase the satisfaction of current users. According to a recent report, some users of the WhatsApp beta version of iOS may be able to stop the audio recording process.
This feature allows users to stop the audio recording process And resume it after a while. If you are a user of the beta version of WhatsApp on iOS and you use version 184.108.40.206, you have a chance to get this feature. Of course, it seems that the users who were supposed to receive this feature have already received it, but maybe more users will be able to access it in the future.
According to WABetaInfo, which is also the source of this news. It turns out that users will be able to re-record from the same part after stopping the audio recording process. The only thing we do not know is how long a user can resume recording after it stops, but we will definitely hear more about it in the coming days.
WhatsApp has also been testing for several months. It is a feature that allows users to use their account on multiple devices at the same time and continue to send and receive messages without the need for their smartphone to be online. This feature is now officially available to the public in the latest WhatsApp update on both Android and iOS versions.
To use this feature, you need to select the Multi-device beta option in WhatsApp. Once enabled, all your previous connections to each device will be canceled before you reconnect to a new device. After reconnecting to the device, you can chat with your friends, regardless of whether your smartphone is online or offline. In addition, messages and calls are still encrypted. . To be more precise, this feature allows us to choose who can see our online or offline status. It is very good that we will fortunately see it added to WhatsApp.
Another update, which this time we see added to the beta version of WhatsApp, is to improve the display of information about a contact. In this new interface, which is still only accessible to a limited number of beta users, the user can get great information from contacts, groups and in a more beautiful environment than before.
WhatsApp is by far the most popular messaging app in the world and is used by about 2 billion users worldwide. Currently, after sending a message, there is a time limit for deleting the message, but it seems that WhatsApp, like Telegram, intends to remove this limit. It remains to be seen what other features this popular platform will unveil in the coming months.