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WhatsApp redesigns audio attachment UI on Android, now lets you preview files

WhatsApp redesigns audio attachment UI on Android, now lets you preview files

WhatsApp is now testing the feature in this Android version.

In addition, to minimise the spread of fake news on its platform, WhatsApp is testing the "Forwarding Info" and "Frequently Forwarded Message" feature that would let its over 1.5 billion users know how many times a message has been forwarded, which could raise questions on its authenticity.

WhatsApp has released a new beta update 2.19.40 that fixes bugs and brings general improvements.

Additionally, there is a possibility that you might not witness the WhatsApp app in the App Store as it is still under development phase. For example, you will be able to make voice calls or request identification with fingerprint recognition Touch ID when opening the app.However, so far the camera tab is missing, with which you can take photos and forward them to a WhatsApp contact.

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WhatsApp has also been working on features to combat the spread of fake news for quite some time now.

This is basically a WhatsApp update for large screens, as this application has the same features available on the iPhone.

WhatsApp will soon label forwarded messages with the number of times they've been forwarded, and will allow groups to control if members can send "Frequently Forwarded" messages, reports wabetainfo. There is really no way you can understand if the information being shared is wrong. The beta tracker site says the feature has rolled out completely, and we were able to spot it both on the v2.19.89 beta and the v2.19.97 beta versions.

If you want to check this, we request you to download the apk from the official site of WhatsApp. According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp will soon allow users to send status updates from WhatsApp to Facebook. Tell us your opinions on these changes below and tell us whether or not you are part of the WhatsApp Beta for Android.