A new WhatsApp beta for Android that allows users to make some changes to the interface while creating text status updates has been officially launched.

According to the US instant messaging service, minor changes to the interface for text status updates are available to some Android beta testers who install the latest update to the app. The new feature is marked as a compatible update, but some users may have received the same feature in some previous updates as well.

WhatsApp revealed the information today when it brought a new update to via the Google Play beta program.

Looking at the latest update, the instant messaging service has moved the emoji, text, and background color selector to the top of the screen, making the section appear the same as it does on iOS.

However, for users who have a new caption view, this text will be available when updating status. As such, you can quickly modify the audience for the current text status, but you’ll need to access WhatsApp privacy settings to change who can receive future status updates.

WhatsApp is a well-known cross-platform text messaging app that allows users to send and receive messages and make phone calls using just one internet plan. The most widely used messenger on the planet has over two billion monthly active users.

Undoubtedly, WhatsApp is the best messaging app. Video and voice calls are the two most important features of WhatsApp. This means that you will be able to call people in your contact list who are using this app for free.

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Recall that, yesterday, we reported that WhatsApp is working on a new desktop app for macOS to allow users to link their Android or iOS devices to WhatsApp for macOS in the future, no release date yet Is. Stay tuned to TechGenyz for more updates on new features.

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