In February of this year, WhatsApp launched its own beta program for Android users in the Google Play Store. Having the beta version of the messaging app allows you to see exciting new features before they are rolled out to the public. Sometimes, however, the latest beta updates are merely bug fixes and improvements.
Being a part of the WhatsApp beta testing program allows you to stay abreast of the most recent updates for the most popular messaging platform in the world.
You also get to help developers of the application to receive broader and more diverse feedback that can be helpful in ensuring any new updates will be rolled out to the public with fewer hitches.
One of the latest WhatsApp beta updates from the previous days and weeks is the Windows 10 mobile 18.104.22.168 update, but there are no visible changes so it is assumed that it brings only minor performance improvements and bug fixes.
A few days before that release, there was also a beta update launched for the Windows 10 mobile phone which brought some changes to the Verification page when you open the WhatsApp. It also included some minor changes to the scaling of the fonts, bringing it at par with the User Interface of Windows 10.
There was also the release of the 2.16.251 beta version less than a week ago as of this writing, but it carried only performance improvements and bug fixes. The changelogs remain the same, indicating new features as leaving a voice message and missed calls showing up in chats.
If you are interested in being part of the beta program for Whatsapp, go to the official website (WhatsApp.com) and download the most recent beta version from there. And if you want to leave the program, you can uninstall the testing version and install the app again on Google Play.
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