The changes are in testing mode
WhatsApp which started as a just as a chatting application to rival the SMS, now have gone beyond the limitations. The popular chatting app keeps evolving in terms of functionalities and services as well. Now it's the most used chatting app and used to share many contents along with the chatting purpose. It seems the company hasn't given a thought to stop for a while, it's planning to surprise the users with new features.
According to the reports from the beta testers, the company is testing their new updates. One of them includes the photo sharing functionality. Currently, the chatting app allows the user to share the pics collectively but sends one after another. The new update will let the users share a bundle of images at a single send. The user can create a bundle of the images they want to share and send them collectively at once. The feature could come with the name of Media bundling. With the Introduction of this feature, the platform is refining the media share functionalities.
Another tweak from the WhatsApp is a minor one in the calling feature of the application. With this advancement, the app will ask the users to swipe up instead of the side in order to pick the call. Along with this, some changes can also be seen in calling screen on both calling as well as receiving sides. It may be noted that all these changes are not officially released the beta versions but some of the best users have experienced it.
With this, some news about new update also heating up the chat app market which let the users share any kind of files over the chat.
However, it is not clear when the feature will roll out to the WhatsApp users until then the testing over the Beta will continue. The company is also planning to add the feature to the app which let the users recall their sent messages. WhatsApp is becoming a portal that can be used almost for everything by expanding its services. The chat platform is kept testing its features more often since last 5-6 months and giving the rivals a point of concern.
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