WhatsApp updated the beta version of the application, this Friday (29), with two functions: autoplay for voice messages and monitoring of forwarded messages. Available on Google Play for Android phones, news from the 2.19.86 platform lets you play audio successively, without having to activate each message, and know how many times a message has been forwarded feature that is being released gradually. Those interested in using the functions need to be enrolling in the testing program.
The switch to voice messaging was awaited by users, as the feature has been available for iPhone (iOS) since October 2018. This is ideal for conversations with multiple audio files, as it promises to optimize recipient time and enhance the experience. his on the platform. Remember that a beep indicates the end of each message and then the new audio will be played by WhatsApp.
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WhatsApp has implemented the new shared content control feature in an effort to combat the spread of fake news, fake news. The last one set by the platform limited sending to up to five contacts (previously 20 people). With the arrival of the update, scraps sent more than five times will have two arrows before the "Forwarded" label indicating that they have been relayed frequently. However, marking is only for written messages. In the case of media such as images, videos or audio, for example, such information cannot be obtained.
WhatsApp Beta Gets Feature That Plays Voice Messages In Sequence Photo: Playback / WABetaInfo
Changes made by developers of the most popular messenger have been recurring. This Tuesday (26), the app began testing two news: night mode and app lock via fingerprint on Android. The first feature promises to follow the trend of other software, such as rival Telegram and Twitter microblogging, and offer a more comfortable experience by reducing screen brightness. Already the new platform access mode aims to enhance the protection of user information from malicious people. Remember that the feature already exists natively in the Apple operating system.
Via Android Police and WABetaInfo
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