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With over 1 billion users, WhatsApp is the most popular chat platform around the world. These 5 new features will come soon on WhatsApp, make your chatting and even fun. So here are 5 new features that are coming to WhatsApp pretty soon.
The iOS version of WhatsApp already brings support for locking the app with a fingerprint or Face ID on newer iPhones, however, the Android version so far doesn’t have any such feature. However, WhatsApp is reportedly working on the feature, and according to WABetaInfo, the feature should be coming soon. It’s not enabled yet, but the website was able to get screenshots of the UI.
One of the most requested features on almost every app out there is the dark mode, and WhatsApp is working on bringing a dark mode to the app. According to the news, these features have been made available on beta versions at the moment and they will soon be issued to every user.
WhatsApp’s Picture-in-Picture mode has been available for some time, but according to reports, the company is working on making the PiP mode even more useful. While the feature hasn’t rolled out yet, it’s expected that the app will allow users to play PiP videos even with WhatsApp in the background. As of now, WhatsApp closes the PiP window if the user navigates away from WhatsApp or even switches to a different chat window.
.WhatsApp also added a forwarding information feature to its beta update 2.19.80 back in March, which allows users to tap on a forwarded message and check how many times it has been forwarded. The feature is not yet available in the stable version of WhatsApp but was enabled with the 2.19.86 update, so it should come to the stable channel pretty soon.
Another great feature that’s already available in the beta version of WhatsApp and should be making its way to the stable version pretty soon is the ability to consecutively play voice messages without having to tap on each individual one of them. With this feature, if a user receives multiple voice messages from a contact, they can simply play the first one, and WhatsApp will automatically play all the voice messages that follow on its own, making it a lot easier to listen to multiple voice messages. Now, isn’t it cool?