Meta enriches WhatsApp regularly with new features, just like Instagram and Facebook. Many new features are planned. In our articles, we recently mentioned the imminent arrival of a function that allows you to hear voice messages again, before you send them, or to hear those you have already received. This function can be used even while the application is running in the background. Meta also planned to revise the interface for voice messages. It will facilitate group calls.
It continues to this day. WhatsApp just released a beta version of its Android application. It has the number 126.96.36.199. It also reveals new features for editing images and videos. This information is owed to the WABetaInfo website, which was able to test it before sharing an illustration. The new tools include a blur function and brushes.
WHATSAPP: NEW PHOTO EDITING TOOLS WILL BE INTEGRATED IN THE ANDROID VERSION
WhatsApp has released a new update via the Google Play Beta Program. This brings the version to 188.8.131.52. After installing the latest WhatsApp beta for Android 184.108.40.206, we discovered that the app plans to release new features for its drawing editor. These changes are in development.
Let’s look at the first feature that improves WhatsApp’s drawing abilities. WhatsApp’s built-in editor only supports one brush at the moment. The beta version now offers three brushes: coarse, medium, and fine. This is in addition to the existing line color change option. This may not seem like a fair deal compared to the native photo editors found in your smartphone. It can have some advantages.
This second novelty isn’t entirely new. It is already available in WhatsApp’s iOS version. This is the blur option. This allows you to blur parts or all of a photo and even a whole video. This tool is already very useful on iOS. It makes sharing much easier and quicker (no need for another app to achieve the same result). These tools are only currently available for WhatsApp beta users. They should be available in the general version very soon. Keep checking in for more information and leaks about the new features of Whatsapp.