WhatsApp is a very popular application, being used by 1 billion people who are chatting or making voice to their friends all over the world. Today, we will talk about the latest WhatsApp BETA version that has been released for devices that run on Android and iOS.
A new WhatsApp version has been released for both Android and iOS and it comes with a new font. The new font was present in the code as a “hidden feature” and it seems that now the developers have finally activated it so that the BETA users can test it out.
We remind you that bold, italic and strikethrough fonts have been added in the past and it seems that the WhatsApp users have been enjoying them. Now, the FixedSys font has been released for the WhatsApp BETA users that own Android or iOS devices. In order to use the FixedSys font, you will have to add ““`” at the beginning and the end of the text.
It seems that this font was present in a previous version of WhatsApp, but it was not activated by the developers. There are rumors which say that some features such as GIF support, Video Calling are already inside the WhatsApp application, but they are not enabled by the developers.
This new feature has been added to the WhatsApp BETA version for Android and iOS, right after the company has announced that it will stop supporting Symbian and Blackberry devices.
As for the WhatsApp Video Calling feature, it seems that this will be released for devices that run on Android, iOS, Windows 10 Mobile and Windows Phone 8.1 sometime in the near future. Even if the WhatsApp developers didn’t confirm this feature yet, we think that it is essential for this application to receive Video Calling in order to keep up the pace with other popular mobile messaging applications.
Have you installed the latest WhatsApp BETA version on your Android or iOS device? Tell us your thoughts about the FixedSys font!
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