We are all big time WhatsApp users. Let it be any written message or any voice message, we all are connected through WhatsApp. With the ever-increasing number in the users of this amazing App, it is reported that the number of users has reached almost 1.5billion.
With the new dark mode change by Apple who launched it in Last year, WhatsApp is also rumored to bring in some changes. Although the new changes have not been confirmed yet the other social apps such as Facebook and Apple were bringing their changes.
So it only the matter of time the below mentioned changes and many more will occur. Let’s see what we are expecting form WhatsApp in the year 2019.
Since Apple launched its dark theme and mode, there have been speculations that WhatsApp will also transform its way it looks on our smartphones. There have been numerous hints regarding the change, but no confirm the news.
Security of your conversation is the ultimate priority of WhatsApp, and they have quite open about their end-to-end encryptions. But there can always be a moment where your phone can be caught off the lock, and your conversations can be read.
Now it has come to notice after many news leaks and hints that there might be a new feature by WhatsApp which will make the user confirm through the fingerprint available on the phone or the face recognition to access your WhatsApp.
Since the facetime group call unveiled by the Apple which allows up to 32 to have a combined call, WhatsApp brought up new change regarding their group call, but it allows only 3peoepl max to join at once. It seems that there would be a big change in the number of people who can join the group call and that number could reach up to 8. Let keep our fingers crossed because who does not love group calls.
One of the most famous features of WhatsApp is its voice message service. In fact, it is due to this service that WhatsApp has reached the popularity of such insane height.
But still, there is some kind of problems when we try to send the following record messages. WhatsApp is looking forward to getting this service improved, and more consecutive voice messages will be sent automatically.