WhatsApp first updates in 2019 arrive for these users; Check What's new
WhatsApp updates for 2019: Popular messaging app WhatsApp is reportedly testing new features for its beta users.
WhatsApp updates for 2019: Popular messaging app WhatsApp is reportedly testing new features for its beta users. The new features will be available in future for any user having the AppStore version. These features are not available to all users till now, reports Wabetainfo. Most of the features will gradually make their way to the final version of WhatsApp but that still may be months away.
Last month, WhatsApp launched its first official public beta program. The messaging has recently submitted a new beta update through the TestFlight beta program, bringing the version up to 184.108.40.206, according to wabetainfo.com. According to the report, these new features will be immediately enabled in the next 2.19.10 iOS update on AppStore.
The users can check TestFlight Page for availability for new WhatsApp beta slots for iOS beta apps. In the new beta version, WhatsApp is said to have allowed users to use any stickers on images, videos and GIFs. Also, any personal sticker from the private collection would be resizable as per the user's wish.
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You will able to choose stickers received in your chats if you marked them as a favourite, says Wabetainfo. The beta version for iOS seeks to enable "Reply Privately" feature, which was announced earlier for Android 2.18.335 beta update. This option is now being tested for iOS. Currently, this option was available for iOS when the user wants to reply to a message from a group where he/she is no longer a participant. The Facebook-owned app has now extended this benefit to any type of participant.
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The new beta version for iOS allows users to "peek and pop cells on the section Status", says the report. This means the user can quickly see the preview of the status updates published by contacts when the device supports 3D Touch technology.
The latest beta version of iOS also makes managing grouped stickers easier. WhatsApp came up with many new updates to stay ahead last year. The messaging app launched features like WhatsApp Business, WhatsApp web and desktop, WhatsApp Group calling, and WhatsApp Document sharing, among others.
WhatsApp has also built end-to-end encryption into the latest versions of its app. When end-to-end encrypted, your messages and calls are secured so only you and the person you're communicating with can read or listen to them, and nobody in between, not even WhatsApp.