WhatsApp introduced six new features for Android and iOS users including the new animation for the heart emoji, chat history migration, pause and resume Voice recording, etc features this week. You must be using it to stay connected with your friends and family and WhatsApp is one of the most popular instant messaging apps.
Now it rollout the 6 new features for Android and iOS beta users. Today I am explaining to you about WhatsApp’s six new features. You have to read this post till the end to know more about the Six new features for Android and iOS users.
WhatsApp six new features for Android and iOS
WhatsApp rollout the new animation for the heart emojis, Pause and resume voice recording, and WhatsApp Support right within the app features. Its three new feature is currently under development including the Chat history migration from Android to iOS.
Animation for heart emojis
WhatsApp has released the new Animation for all heart emojis for iOS beta testers. Red heart and all colors heart emojis are animated now. The new animation for all color heart emoji is available for the iOS beta testers and Business beta for iOS testers. The new animation for heart emojis is released for the iOS beta version and the Business beta version for iOS 22.2.72.
Pause and Resume voice recording feature
WhatsApp rollout is the feature that lets users pause the voice recording and resume from where you stopped your recording. The new Pause and Resume Voice recording feature for Desktop beta users. The new voice recording Pause and Resume feature are rolling out for WhatsApp for Desktop beta version 2.2201.2.
WhatsApp Support right within the app
WhatsApp again starts the support feature within the app. It had already released the app support within the app in the past. But due to some reason it had stopped the support feature within the app. Now users can use the support feature in the latest WhatsApp version.
WhatsApp is also developing the 3 new feature chat history migration from Android and iOS, new wallpapers for voice calls, and managing two-step verification features.