WhatsApp for iPhone’s most recent beta update is here and it brings a couple of helpful changes that will probably appear in stable form over the coming weeks. The beta forms basically allude to what’s coming later on. With the new beta, WhatsApp contact alternate ways will show up in iPhone’s Share Sheet menu, however a couple of iOS users may not see them yet. These couple of users are said to incorporate each one of the individuals who are confronting issues while sharing substance from few applications since the last beta update for WhatsApp.
The new WhatsApp beta form additionally packs an upgraded menu to imitate the one offered by iOS 13. This was supposedly done on the grounds that the prior menu utilized iOS 13 APIs, and it was unrealistic to include the equivalent upgraded menu for clients having a lower rendition than iOS 13.WhatsApp highlights tracker WABetaInfo which shares all the things that have shown up with most recent WhatsApp v188.8.131.52 beta for iPhone.
This adaptation includes WhatsApp contact shortcuts in iPhone’s Share Sheet menu. This component shows little contact bubbles of groups or individuals iOS users who share things with an attempt to share a particular thing utilizing iPhone’s Share Sheet.
In any case, given that a couple of clients are encountering content sharing issues to the 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 beta updates, the tracker states that a ton of users will most likely be unable to see these alternate routes yet. WhatsApp should reveal a fix for this soon.
Moreover, with the most recent WhatsApp for iPhone 2.20.70 beta update, the texting application has upgraded its menu, copying the one accessible on iOS 13. Earlier, the tech giant has presented support for the official iOS 13 menu with WhatsApp v18.104.22.168 beta for iOS, yet this menu utilizes iOS 13 APIs, and it was impractical to include the equivalent overhauled menu for users having a lower rendition than iOS 13. To empower support for iOS 12 and forms underneath, the company has presented its own menu that seems to be like the one offered by iOS 13.