WhatsApp Update ALERT! Check what's new in WhatsApp Beta for Android 2.19.74, Android 2.19.73 and Android 2.19.71
WhatsApp Beta for Android 2.19.74 vs Android 2.19.73 vs Android 2.19.71: Recently Whatsapp launched its newer versions 2.19.74., 2.19.73. and 2.19.71
WhatsApp Beta for Android 2.19.74 vs Android 2.19.73 vs Android 2.19.71: There are several messaging applications used worldwide. But one of the most popularly accessed messaging application is Whatsapp, owned by Facebook. Like any other application, Whatsapp also undergoes several software amendments to make the application more user-friendly and also offer various new features. Recently, Whatsapp launched its new beta versions 2.19.74., 2.19.73. and 2.19.71, reports WabetaInfo.com.
Let us see what the three beta versions of Whatsapp have to offer:
1. WhatsApp beta for Android 2.19.71
This version offers a new sticker feature. Similar to stickers available on Facebook's Instagram and iOS, there is a provision of limited stickers for users to place on their stories or pictorial messages. Whatsapp is developing new stickers, emoji, gifs and videos to make conversation on this social messaging platform more interesting and engaging.
2. WhatsApp beta for Android 2.19.73
Keeping in mind the transgender audience that the app has and to respect the community's sentiments, Whatsapp introduced the Transgender flag in their emoji panel.
Moreover, this update will also have an interesting feature where one can search for the image sent to them on the internet. This feature will hit the application soon. The main objective of Whatsapp with this new development is to reduce the circulation of fake news. So, next time when you receive a media, you can search it on the web and get the information that comes upon the search.
3. WhatsApp beta for Android 2.19.74
Whatsapp will host an in-app browser with this updated version. Whenever a user will open a link, it will show the in-app browser. As of now, only some versions will show this feature. Further, Whatsapp is not letting screenshots or video captures for reasons unknown. With the in-app browser, you need not worry Facebook and Whatsapp reading the websites and web-pages you visit. The in-app browser uses an Android API, managed by the system.