WhatsApp has been working recently on new features to make the app more attractive and interesting. Android and iOS users are supposed to receive them soon. Among the upgrades they will see quoting messages, formatting text, call back option, voice message for when someone misses your call, new fonts, sharing content with several contacts and others.
More than 1 billion people use monthly WhatsApp and make more than 100 million voice calls every day. Android will receive some more emojis, even ones that were initially just for iOS. Currently, the app offers Unicode 9 emojis.
WhatsApp, an app owned by Facebook, is heading towards including video-calling in their list of features. The developers might also add some GIF sharing options too, feature that is already present on the Facebook Messenger app. The WhatsApp team had previously introduced a beta version that included the video calling option for Android, but took it down after that. Some reports hint to the fact that they will also introduce larger emojis, public groups and music sharing options for iOS.
The multi-sharing feature seems to be really helpful, since it allows you to share a document, a photo or a video with several contacts in just one move. There is a beta version of the app for Android (v.2.16.230) that lets you test it. You need to simply select that file you want to send, then the app will open a list of your contact divided into Frequent Chats, Recent Chats and Other Contacts and you just need to select to whom you want to send it and press Send.
As for the voice message, after the other person does not answer the call, you will see three options: Cancel, Call Again and Voice Message. You just have to keep the Voice Message button pressed while you record your message and then release it in order to send it.
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