W ith more than 1.5 billion clients around the world, WhatsApp has been a standout amongst the most charming texting applications ever. With frequent updates, WhatsApp has turned out to be a standout amongst the most helpful devices in our cell phones. WhatsApp utilizes fewer data and even with less utilization of data, the application has possessed the capacity to convey substantial work. Also, the way WhatsApp has possessed the capacity to do as such is that it gives frequent updates. By rolling out continuous improvements, WhatsApp is keeping up its predominance and another refresh seems to be another exertion at it.

WhatsApp has thought of another improvement that will without a doubt make your life a considerably easier. A month ago, WhatsApp presented another updated feature that enables you to send a voice message with ‘locked recording’. With this update in WhatsApp, you won’t have to hold the mic icon tapped while recording, you can set your hands free.

Before this update comes in for your device, you are still able to send an audio message via WhatsApp from the ‘Audio’ option in the attach file menu. Be that as it may, to stay away from repetition, WhatsApp has now expelled one of the features to give perplexity free and consistent utilization of the application. According to a prominent WhatsApp beta analyzer and tipster, WABetaInfo, WhatsApp has expelled the sound recorded from the choices. That implies on the off chance that you endeavour to tap the ‘Attach’ symbol, at that point if you pick Audio you get the option to record audio only different from earlier when there used to be an option to attach a prerecorded audio file.

Then, WhatsApp thought of another new component to spare time. After the feature that allows you to re-download an erased record on Android gadgets, the messaging app is presently concocting a new feature called, ‘predict upload’. What this basically implies is that WhatsApp will have the capacity to ‘predict’ what photograph you wish to share and transfer it specifically to its server before it is sent, enabling you to share your photos quickly as it is already available on the WhatsApp server. Subsequently, when you wish to share a specific photograph on a chat, at that point it will be promptly accessible to be shared simultaneously sparing you some time.

Akash Kumar

Akash Kumar

A Graphics and Web Designer from India.