WhatsApp is introducing the two new features including the new Camera Media bar and Message Reaction this week. If you could not get information on this weeks latest WhatsApp beta updates for Android and iOS, here is a summary for your missed out news. WhatsApp is one of the most popular instant messaging platform widely used by the people from all around the world.
The platform has been testing tons of features lately. As one of the In demand messenger and chat support software it is regularly undergoing updates. The best news of this week is about an update for WhatsApp Desktop beta users ‘Message Reactions’, which will be available in a Coming update and Camera Media bar for iOS beta users.
WhatsApp introducing two new features this week including Media bar
This week WhatsApp had released some new minor features for WhatsApp beta Android and iOS users. Here is a brief description of all the latest releases. The first news is about restoration of the ‘Camera Media bar’ on WhatsApp iOS beta. The feature is reported to be available on the app store version soon. The platform had removed this feature in a previous WhatsApp beta iOS 18.104.22.168 update. In the recent beta update WhatsApp is finally restoring it.
Introduction of ‘Search Message Shortcut’ on WhatsApp beta for Android update is the second reported news of this week. According to the report that the feature may not appear in some situations like while opening contact for group info from your chat list. In the third best reported release of the week WhatsApp is working on sending ‘Message Reaction’ feature for WhatsApp Desktop beta users.
In the recent update the platform is said to be developing reaction button for sending reactions for a future update. The next update is ‘Call links’ for beta Android users. After WhatsApp introduced a new UI for voice calls, it is working on creating call links available in a future date. This update allow anyone to join voice calls using the link.
Last but not the least news of this week is about a new under development shortcut feature that will help you to quickly manage your ‘Privacy Settings’ for status updates. This update will be available to WhatsApp beta Android users in a future date. The platform is also planning to develop the similar feature for WhatsApp beta iOS users.
There will be more new releases in the following week. So be with us for all the latest information on upcoming features and developments.