The app which is used most commonly on the smartphone is WhatsApp. The popularity of WhatsApp among more than 1.2 billion users is at par. There are many things that we did not know we could do with WhatsApp. The gas has been steeped out by WhatsApp on app development. In the iOS versions and Google Play Beta release, the developers of WhatsApp are working persistently on new features. There is a great difference between WhatsApp of today and WhatsApp of two years ago. Updations are made in it every few weeks. There are many new features on which its developers are working. Most of its features are hidden. Now we will deal with the five features on which WhatsApp is working in the following manner.
Gifs And Gif Search
Previously Gifs were not present in WhatsApp. Life becomes happy and cool due to the introduction of Gifs. Inside the app, GIF search has been added by the company. The GIFs which we require can be searched without leaving the app. The short videos which are shared or recorded can be converted into Gifs.
It is the most important and obvious feature of WhatsApp. In October last year, this feature was introduced. In the past, the emphasis has been laid down on video calling the quality of the calls. The reliability of video calls has been improved by the company.
Bulk Sharing and Multicast
Previously, WhatsApp can share 10 media files at a time but the limit has been raised i.e. 30 media files at one go. It is available with another update i.e. forwarding media content or message to more than one contact at a single moment of time.
Send Any File
Previously we could send PDF and Zip files by using WhatsApp. But now we can send any file of any format including programs, documents, and full-resolution photos.
Reply, Edit And Revoke Messages
In a conversation, we can reply to particular messages which are a new feature introduced by a company. This feature is helpful in clearing confusion if multiple topics are discussed by two people at the same time. WhatsApp is also working on the feature of editing and revoking the sent messages.