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WhatsApp Will Soon Get Fingerprint Unlock

New reports are suggesting that WhatsApp is working on fingerprint verification for chats and it could be coming sooner than expected. This security feature from the company will protect the users chats and can only be opened with the user’s fingerprint. This verification will work separately from the usual phone unlock feature on Android and will provide users a complete security of their WhatsApp messages apart from the company’s security features for chats. Read More

WhatsApp Users On Android Can Now Directly Play Videos While Chatting

WhatsApp had introduced the picture-in-picture features on iOS a long time ago in January and there was no sign on when it will be introduced on Android. Now it’s finally here and Android users are have started getting this feature after the latest update. This will help users to play videos from YouTube, Facebook or any of the supported sources directly on the App without having to jump on the browser or other Apps to view the video links. Read More

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WhatsApp Is Planning To Completely Dark On Both Android And iOS Apps

We have been listening to rumours about WhatsApp working on Dark Mode for its Android and iOs Apps. Well this could be true, thanks to a new update from WABetaInfo who said users to be patient as the dark theme is still under developments and he will let the users know about any further updates. WhatsApp is looking to offer the Dark Mode after a lot of recent Apps have been including the same mode for the users for easier viewing. Read More

Group Calling On WhatsApp Becomes Easier

WhatsApp is making so many changes to the App these days and the latest one is related to the group chats. The company has added a new method to make group calls, what seems to be a separate button inside the groups which can be used to start a group call. The method is likely better than the current method of group calling which is painstaking. Read More

WhatsApp Updates The Latest Version Of iOS And Android App With ‘Stickers’

WhatsApp has released the new ‘Stickers’ feature for all iOS and Android users. The users of this popular texting app can now send stickers to their contacts and it is similar to the stickers that we see on Facebook and Messenger. The Stickers are available on the latest version of WhatsApp and if you don’t have the feature yet, you can update the App to get the 2.18.329 version on Android and 2.18.100 version on iOS. Read More

iPhone XS Max Gets The New WhatsApp Update

WhatsApp has rolled out the new update which finally brings the support for the iPhone XS Max with a completely new user interface for notification and a new way to play audio messages. The best thing about the update is that WhatsApp will now fit into the huge 6.5 inch screen on the Apple’s flagship smartphone. This is really cool as it will enhance the user’s experience on the popular messaging platform. Read More

WhatsApp Is Bringing New Features To Android And iOS

We have been looking at a lot of new features being introduced in Android and iOS in the past few months. Some of these include the ‘Swipe to Reply’, the forward tags on messages, suspicious links detection, notification changes, picture-in-picture mode for videos. Now, the company is working on 3 new features that will soon make it to all the devices that run WhatsApp. Read More

WhatsApp Gets Picture-In-Picture Mode For Android

We have been looking at WhatsApp’s plans to introduce the picture-in-picture(PiP) mode for Android since a few months and it seems like the company has finally rolled out the feature on Android today. The feature will allow users to watch the Youtube, Facebook and Instagram videos within the App itself. The feature is already available for iOS users and it has been due on Android since many years. Read More

‘Swipe To Reply’ Feature Will Be Soon Available On WhatsApp For Android

iOS users already have the ease to swipe reply on WhatsApp and this functionality would soon be available to the Android users. Now, replying to your contact list would get a lot easier rather than scrolling through them to reply the messages or send the usual GIFs and memes. The feature will speed up things for you if your are always busy messaging on this popular social media platform. Read More