The Facebook Owned Social Messaging App, Whatsapp is working on some new features that are expected to make their way to the users soon. WABetaInfo has recently shared that 3 New WhatsApp Features will soon roll out to the Android Apps providing improved user experience.
The Upcoming WhatsApp Features Include Blocked Screenshots, New emojis for Doodle UI & Animated Stickers
The company keeps on introducing new features to engage its users. WhatsApp will be rolling out a certain security feature in order to make its platform more secure than before. In order to gain customers trust, the social messaging App will release a new feature that will allow no one to take WhatsApp chat Screenshots. Let’s have a look at the upcoming new features.
The upcoming WhatsApp For Android Update will bring a new feature that will not allow anyone to take the screenshot of the chats on WhatsApp. WABetaInfo has revealed that a new beta for the software on Android, 2.19.106, has shown that this tool will block screenshots from being captured if enabled.
An alert informing the user of the prevention within the app states that:
“When enabled, the fingerprint is required to open WhatsApp and conversation screenshots are blocked. You can still reply to messages from notifications and answer calls if WhatsApp is locked.”
New emojis for Doodle UI:
We all know that WhatsApp’s Doodle UI is extremely popular and very useful. Furthermore, it allows users to edit photos by adding emojis and drawing on them for instance. According to the latest reports, it appears that WhatsApp is changing the emojis within Doodle UI to make them more consistent. The new icons were spotted in WhatsApp beta 2.19.110 for Android.
We all know that WhatsApp introduced stickers back in October. Now, it appears that the firm is also working to bring animated stickers for the users. The animated stickers in WhatsApp will be incredibly similar to those already found in Facebook Messenger.We still don’t know that when will these features make their way to the users. There had been no official words regarding these features by the company yet.