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WhatsApp Memoji and expected features were September highlights | Social networks

The most widely read WhatsApp issue in September recalled the news received by the messenger. One is the sending of iPhone Memojis (iOS) in sticker format in conversations, which were then sent as images. Another highlight was the ranking of the most downloaded apps in the world, where WhatsApp appears in second place, behind only TikTok.

A policy involving the erase function for everyone on the iPhone has also gained repercussion. In the Apple system, the messenger cannot delete photos and videos sent and downloaded to the camera roll. Check out the list below for the most read WhatsApp related news in September on TechTudo.

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1. The most read of August

The most read issue of the month of September was precisely the repercussion of the news announced by WhatsApp in August. One of the functions released that month was the sending of the iPhone Memojis in sticker format, which was being tested until the cartoons were sent as images. Other features include digital unlocking on Android, excessive message forwarding, and a list of useful and underused messenger features.

2. The second most downloaded app in the world

WhatsApp ranked second in the list of the world's most downloaded applications in the month of August, with 57.6 million installations. First place was the TikTok short video app, with over 63 million downloads on the App Store and Play Store. August was the third consecutive month WhatsApp appeared in the second position in the world ranking.

3. "Erase for Everyone" Doesn't Erase iPhone Media

Even activating the "erase for all" function, WhatsApp does not remove downloaded media on iPhone Photo: Aline Batista / TechTudoEven activating the "erase for all" function, WhatsApp does not remove downloaded media on iPhone Photo: Aline Batista / TechTudo

Even activating the "erase for all" function, WhatsApp does not remove downloaded media on iPhone Photo: Aline Batista / TechTudo

A polemic involving the "erase for all" function was the third most widely read issue of the month. Unlike Android, where the function deletes an image sent to the recipient's phone memory, WhatsApp cannot remove the file from the iPhones gallery. This means that if the other person has the option to automatically save media to the device, even if the sender activates the delete function for everyone, the photos and videos will still be accessible in the gallery. Wanted by TechTudoWhatsApp explained that images on the iPhone camera roll are out of reach for the "erase for all" function, and this is not a glitch.

WhatsApp dark mode test spotted by expert website Photo: Reproduo / WABeta InfoWhatsApp dark mode test spotted by expert website Photo: Reproduo / WABeta Info

WhatsApp dark mode test spotted by expert website Photo: Reproduo / WABeta Info

This list listed ten features expected by WhatsApp users, but not yet added platform. Among the features are Dark Mode, the ability to edit messages and send self-destructive photos within the conversation features present in rival Telegram. Other possibilities would be to include MSN functions, hide online status and change text colors.

5. Different sources in conversations

Fonts For WhatsApp changes messenger font Photo: Reproduction / Helito BeggioraFonts For WhatsApp changes messenger font Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Fonts For WhatsApp changes messenger font Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

WhatsApp still doesn't allow you to change fonts natively, but you can use different letters in conversations using the free Fonts For WhatsApp application. This tutorial showed how to use different writing styles, with larger letters, spaced fonts, superscript characters in circles and squares to make chats different.

6. The Risks of JT WhatsApp

JT WhatsApp brings new features, but may pose user safety risks Photo: Reproduction / JT WhatsAppJT WhatsApp brings new features, but may pose user safety risks Photo: Reproduction / JT WhatsApp

JT WhatsApp brings new features, but may pose user safety risks Photo: Reproduction / JT WhatsApp

JT WhatsApp is a modified version of Android Messenger that uses the source code of the original app. The APK offers functions that are not present in the official version, such as changing colors and using two accounts simultaneously, but can be dangerous as it makes your device vulnerable to a number of external threats. WhatsApp can also permanently ban users who violate the app's terms of service.

7. Memoji arrives for everyone

IPhone Memojis can be sent as a sticker on WhatsApp Photo: Reproduction / Helito BeggioraIPhone Memojis can be sent as a sticker on WhatsApp Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

IPhone Memojis can be sent as a sticker on WhatsApp Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

In tests since August, sending iPhone Memojis as stickers on WhatsApp was officially released in September. With the feature, users can create caricatures of their face in the Apple system and send them in the shape of stickers on the messenger, represented in various situations, such as sending kisses, sleeping, among other expressions.

Status of muted contacts are hidden in specific section Photo: Playback / Android PoliceStatus of muted contacts are hidden in specific section Photo: Playback / Android Police

Status of muted contacts are hidden in specific section Photo: Playback / Android Police

The beta version of WhatsApp for Android has released a feature that definitely hides the Status that has been muted. Until then, stories of unwanted people continued to appear on the same screen, their color faded. With the novelty, the content is included in a specific section, completely deleted. The feature is still in the testing phase.

Listening to a voice message by WhatsApp notification on iPhone Photo: Reproduction / Helito BeggioraListening to a voice message by WhatsApp notification on iPhone Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Listening to a voice message by WhatsApp notification on iPhone Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

WhatsApp Beta for iPhone has now enabled users to play audio received by notifications from the locked screen or iOS Notification Center. The function removes the need to open the conversation to hear the voice message, avoiding the blue tick of read conversation. By notification, it is also possible to respond to audio with texts.