This feature will help the users to mark an unknown sender as spam. This feature is expected to come in the next update version 2.17.430. The users will also have the option to block/report such senders. Read More
The most popular messaging app WhatApp has been gradually improving and making changes in the App for the best possible experience. The latest one come with the changes in voice and video calling feature where users can now switch easily between the two.
Users before had to end the voice call first and then make the video call if they had to switch between the two. The new update has solved this issue for many users. The feature basically has a button while you are on a on-going call where pressing this button will send a request to the person on the other side, asking they want to switch from voice to video. Read More
In recent news, WhatsApp, the multi-billion Dollar company is planning to add “video-calling” as a feature in their next version for the App. The feature is already available to some users as a beta update which can be download from APKMirror. With parent company Facebook already implementing this on their Facebook Mobile App, it’s no surprise that WhatsApp is following the trend. With a lot of such “chat Apps” having this feature, WhatsApp may be the last but definitely not the least.
WhatsApp has finally updated the App for users to attach and share documents through the App itself. WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned messaging the service which has a little over a billion users, launched a new update today which allows the user to attach documents and share it with other users, a feature that has been on the waiting list for a while now. The feature works on similar lines across Android and iOS. On Android, the user needs to tap on the “Attachment” icon and select documents. You can also note that to make space for the “document” icon, WhatsApp has compressed the “photo” and “videos” option in to the “camera” option. On iOS, you tap on the arrow icon in the chat and then select “Share Document” from the menu that appears. Read More
The social messaging platform recently acquired by Facebook, WhatsApp has been one of the top players in the App industry for quite some time now. It’s really surprising how they don’t have a native WatchOS App for the much applauded Apple watch yet.
Apple’s wearable technology, the Apple Watch is known for its ability to receive and respond to notiﬁcations in an instant without having to reach your pockets for your iPhone. Facebook Messenger was updated with a native Apple Watch App in October that allows users to send and receive voice clips, Likes, stickers and more through it. However, no such update has been made by the Facebook-owned, WhatsApp. Read More
It looks like WhatsApp is planning to roll out a video calling feature very soon but there is no news about its official release date. According to leaked screenshots of the WhatsApp video calling feature from private beta versions for iPhone by German website Macerkopf, one will be able to make the video call using either their phone’s front or rear camera. The interface will be quite similar to the one seen in the voice calling feature and it is also expected to have a multi-tab feature so as to make it easy for one to switch between different conversations and groups. Read More
The instant messaging giant WhatsApp has hit the Play Store again, rolling out an all new update. The update brings a new set of features like ‘mark as unread’, low data settings, custom notifications and more. According to Android Police, these updates has been added in a span of just 24 hours. Read More
WhatsApp has just released an update for its iOS version that now adds voice calling. Voice calling has been available for Android users for a long time now, but Apple iOS users can make use of this as well. Very soon, this will be how everyone will call each other. Both parties need to have the latest version of WhatsApp installed to use voice calling. The new voice calling feature is rolling out slowly. Read More
In just a few weeks from now, iOS users of WhatsApp will be able to voice call each other from within the App for free. At Facebook’s grand F8 conference, WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton announced that the ability to voice call other WhatsApp users from within the App will arrive within the next few weeks. Read More
Italian iPhone blog iPhoneItalia has posted screenshots of what seems to be an upcoming VOIP call feature of WhatsApp. Read More