WhatsApp, a popular instant messaging platform received some massive updates over the last couple of years. Recently, the Facebook-owned company introduced Picture-in-Picture window for all YouTube video links and new slide to replay feature. WhatsApp will also be bringing TouchID or FaceID verification to the platform for all Android users soon. The same has already been rolled out for the Apple iPhone users. The company is now pushing a new beta update for the Android users (version - 2.19.45). This New WhatsApp Security Feature Will Restrict People From Reading Messages on Your Phone; Here's How You Can Enable This Feature.
This new update comes with new user interface (UI) for the Settings menu within the application, which has been update long time ago. The company has introduce the new UI update to match with the latest Android Pie's design. The new interface gets image references with minimalistic look for all options such as Account, Chats, Notification, Payments, Data and Storage usage & help sections.
Moreover, the sub-sections such as Accounts and Chats are also slightly tweaked. Besides the UI tweaking, the platform hasn't received any new features on the Android 2.19.45 update. New WhatsApp Features in 2019: Top Features Coming To Platform This Year.
It is important to note that this new user interface (UI) is available for WhatsApp Beta users only. If you wish to get the new UI, you can simply install the WhatsApp Messenger beta version by heading over to Google Play Store. The stable WhatsApp users are expected to get the update in sometime. Facebook Introduces WhatsApp's 'UnSend' Feature on FB Messenger For Android & iOS Platforms.
On the other hand, it is also believed that WhatsApp is currently working on integrating stickers from third party apps to its keyboard. With this new update, the users will be able to send stickers from the regular keyboard straight from the app. The Facebook-owned company reportedly is also working on new features such as Share in Chat, 3D Touch support for Statutes for iOS users. The company reportedly is also working on introducing 'dark mode' on the platform.