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​After updating my whatsapp last night, I noticed that some exciting features have been added,  but before I go into details of these features a brief intr0. 

WhatsApp Messenger is the most popular messaging platform on all mobile operating systems and if you have a smart phone, then chances are that you will use WhatsApp instead of relying on your actual service provider. Another beta update of version 2.16.270 is here to download in the APK format and the core reason for these beta updates is to provide you with the best experience possible. The developers, this time, did state a list of changes in the changelog, and they have been detailed below.

Voice Mail:

If your WhatsApp call is rejected or unanswered, one will now have the option to leave a voice message.

The new feature is basically the voice message feature but only appears when you make a call.

If a contact doesn’t pick up or decline a call, all you have to do is hold down on the voice message button, and when you are ready to send the message, just let go the button. You message is sent and it appears in the active WhatsApp conversation with a note saying there’s been a missed call.

The report adds that if you slide left when recording you abandon the voice message – but you can’t listen back to your recording before deciding to send it.

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The messaging app has added new features like giving people the ability to send bold, italic and strike-through text in messages, a secret font and Olympic-themed emoji – all within the last few weeks..

  • 1.When sharing or forwarding messages, you can now send to multiple chats at once
  • 2.Chats you frequently contact now appear when forwarding or sharing messages
  • 3.While recording videos, slide your finger up or down to zoom in and out
  • 4.A new front-facing flash helps you capture selfies in the dark

Unfortunately, there still isn’t a video-calling feature present, but it looks like it could come by the end of this year.

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