WHATSAPP RELEASES NEW UPDATE FOR ANDROID USERS – CHECK IT OUT!!!
Over the past few days, WhatsApp has been on the news for its threat to dam users if they are doing not accept new terms. Yesterday, WhatsApp released a replacement update (version 220.127.116.11) for its Android users. consistent with reports, beta testers shouldn’t download this update. From the changelog of this update, the “web releases include all bug fixes implemented within the previous beta versions, submitted to the Play Store”. the outline adds “If you’re a beta tester, you shouldn’t update to 18.104.22.168, because it’s a build reserved to everyone,”.
Non-beta testers are curious to understand what the new update brings. If this is often the case for you, visit the android page for more details. Since this is often an update for everybody , it’s going to not have all new features from previous betas. consistent with the corporate , this update won’t be available on PlayStore. If you would like this update, you’ll download it from the WhatsApp website.
WHATSAPP DESKTOP APP NOW SUPPORTS VIDEO AND AUDIO CALLS
Back in December, there have been reports of WhatsApp desktop app supporting video and audio calls. At the time, we only had speculations and zip was official. However, there are not any more speculations as WhatsApp just officially confirmed the arrival of this feature. consistent with the corporate , it’ll bring end-to-end encrypted video and audio calls to its desktop app.
This update is already available for PCs and Macs. As of today, the update is already rolling out. consistent with the update description, this feature will support one-to-one involves now. However, it’ll subsequently support group calls. consistent with WhatsApp, this feature is extremely necessary, especially in pandemic times. For WhatsApp, people are still confined to their homes, thus this feature gives users more communication options.
WhatsApp said during a blog post
“With numerous people still aside from their loved ones, and adjusting to new ways to working, we would like conversations on WhatsApp to feel as on the brink of in-person as possible, no matter where you’re within the world or the tech you’re using,”
Audio and video calls are end-to-end encrypted, so WhatsApp won’t be ready to hear or see them. The update will give users the power to vary the screen orientation between portrait and landscape, also because the choice to turn video on or off and mute their microphone. It’s an identical experience to what’s available on mobile devices.
All you would like to try to to is to update the desktop app to the newest version and therefore the video/audio calls icons will appear on the highest right corner of the interface