The newest feature that was added in WhatsApp allows users to track their friends who are members of the same group, in real time. It was to be anticipated since the company has recently been working on new features that were introduced in the beta version of the application for Android os. Download GbWhatsapp
Soon, WhatsApp users will be able to revoke and edit sent text messages on the Android version, as these features have already been tested on the iPhone beta version. It seems that the option to revoke/recall a message already appeared in WhatsApp version installment obligations on your 17. twenty-five and installment payments on your 17. 26, which will allow users who change their mind after hitting Send, to revoke the message. In order to revoke a posted message, users will long press on it, but this will work only if the recipient has not read the message yet. After that, they can edit text and resend it.
Aside from the recall/edit feature, WhatsApp is preparing another new feature. Users have reported that version 2. 16. 399 (Android) and installment repayments on your 17. 3. 28 (iOS) have launched Live Location Tracking, and this feature does just what its name suggests. Should you be part of a group numerous members, you can track them in real time, but even if this is some kind of stalking, this feature comes in convenient if you are meeting with someone at a certain location and you how to start where it is. You may choose to track your friends for just one minute, two minutes, more minutes or indefinitely, but since you don’t want your friends to learn where you are at a given moment, you can turn off the live streaming option.
If you install the latest version of WhatsApp for any of the two major platforms, likely to see that the live location feature is handicapped by default, and in order to reap the benefits of it, you will need to permit it. At some point, Facebook, the master of WhatsApp, has allowed users to find close-by friends, but eventually, the Nearby Good friends was removed due to users’ privacy concerns.
Whatsapp, now owned by Facebook or myspace, has been announcing and launching many changes just lately. Recently, Whatsapp announced camera-features and looks like the messenger software has finally begun to roll away updates with the new features.