The experimental edition of WhatsApp for Android started to save the audio recorded by the user, in case any unforeseen event occurs, for example, receiving a call in the middle of the recording. That way, the user can listen to the voice message before sending it, allowing them to re-record the content if necessary.
The tool appeared in the latest test version update (2.18.123) for Android phones. Google's system is lagging behind Apple's, as the iPhone offers a similar feature after weeks of testing. In the following tutorial, dnetc teaches you how to listen to audio on Android before sending it to friends. It is necessary to participate in the messenger test program and have the application updated.
WhatsApp trick for Android lets you hear audio before sending Photo: Helito Bijora / dnetc
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Step 1. Open a conversation on WhatsApp and tap on the audio icon to start recording. Then, slide your finger to the lock to lock.
Start recording normally Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Step 2. Record the audio normally and, when finished, press the start button on your cell phone to exit WhatsApp. Then, open the application again.
Exit and return to the application Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Step 3. Upon returning to the conversation, you will be able to listen to the recorded audio before sending. To do this, just touch the green button. If you want to record again, use the trash can icon to discard the audio and repeat the process.
Trick lets you hear audio before sending Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Ready! Take advantage of the tips to listen to your audio before sending them on WhatsApp for Android.
How to listen to an audio on WhatsApp before sending it