Secure your WhatsApp chats with this feature; here is the latest update
In one of its latest updates Facebook-owned messaging app, WhatsApp is again working on adding another feature for its iOS users. In a bid to make messages more secure, WhatsApp is planning to add another layer of security.
In one of its latest updates Facebook-owned messaging app, WhatsApp is again working on adding another feature for its iOS users. In a bid to make messages more secure, WhatsApp is planning to add another layer of security. A Touch ID support to the app would be added to lock the app on the users' phone in order to protect the users' private messages.
According to a report by WaBetaInfo, WhatsApp is working on the feature and it is currently in high alpha stage. This means that the feature is still under development and is not yet ready for testing.
After the feature is rolled out for the users, a new option in the Privacy Settings-Touch ID would be seen. His feature will another level of protection to the users' chats. The feature will also show FaceID option if the users' smartphone supports FaceID.
The messaging app will ask the users to enter the iPhone passcode, just like the phone's lock system in case the Face ID or the Touch ID stops working. According to the report, no information about the users' fingerprint or passcode would be shared with WhatsApp. The feature sounds more like an iOS update.
As per the report, feature would supports iPhone models like- Phone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6S, iPhone X, iPhone XR and iPhone XS.
In another update, WhatsApp has finally introduced the Picture-in-Picture feature for Android users in India. This feature has been in testing mode for Android since October and until now, it was in the beta stage. The Picture-in-Picture feature on WhatsApp was only available for the iPhone users since the beginning of this year.