WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned instant messaging application, is planning some design changes for the Android app. WhatsApp has made several design changes for the beta version of the Android application, according to the WABetaInfo track, and those changes are visible in the app’s discussion list.
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WhatsApp has also removed line separators between conversation cells from its conversation list, according to the report. This is in the initial screen of your app, and it displays the most recent chats you’ve had with contacts and groups.
According to WABetaInfo, the WhatsApp app was not redesigned; and the website refers to it as a minor UI change for the prominent messaging app. This is because the only change is the removal of the separator lines on the messaging app.
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This feature is being rolled out to more beta users, and it will also be available to users using the web versions of WhatsApp or the stable version of the Google Play Store, according to them. According to the WABetaInfo report, the feature has been already enabled in the Android beta version and will be available to end-term users soon.
WhatsApp is reportedly working on a ‘Flash Call’ feature. It will allow users to verify their WhatsApp login via a ‘flash call’ rather than the normal 6-digit verification code. Users will be able to connect to their WhatsApp accounts fast and safely as a result of this.
New rumors, according to Mashable, suggest that WhatsApp is working on a new feature for the Android 126.96.36.199 update’s beta version. This feature is still in the development phase and will be available in a future update.
The “flash calls” feature, on the other hand, will not be available on WhatsApp for iOS. This is because Apple does not provide a public API for accessing call history. Users will be able to use the feature instead of the traditional 6-digit code that is for verification.
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