WhatsApp is working some really interesting features for its Android and iPhone users. Ahead of the official release, these inpatures have been spotted in the recent beta version of the app on both Android and iOS platforms.
A very subtle update to the app, WhatsApp now shows a logo whenever it’s freshly launched. If you’re already a beta user on Android, you can try this feature. First, you need to update your WhatsApp beta from Google Play Store. If the app is already opened in the background, kill it. Now, when you launch it, you will see a WhatsApp logo covering the screen before the chat box fully loads. The Splash Screen was recently spotted in WhatsApp Business beta on both Android and iOS platforms.
Hide Muted Status
One of the most awaited features on WhatsApp, the app will soon allow users to hide muted status from Status feed altogether. The recent beta version on WhatsApp for iPhone shows a new “Muted Updates” column with a dropdown-like arrow.all the hidden status updated will be clubbed under this section while users will always have the option to tap on the dropdown button and see them.
WhatsApp users have long demanded a dark Mode. Interestingly enough, traces of a Dark Mode has been seen in some of the older beta versions of the app but the feature never made it to the stable version. The recent beta updates suggest WhatsApp’s Dark Theme is inching closer to the official launch. While you’ll see inverted colours, the text bubbles also have a dark background.
Self Destructing messages
While WhatsApp already offers “delete for everyone” feature, it will soon allow users to send Self Destructing messages. The app will let you to recall a message after 5 seconds, 1 hour, 1 day, 7 days, or even 30 days as your need
Post by – Sonu sahu