The portal also indicates that recording audio messages may provide additional features to the app. They may now view the waveforms while recording a voice message and pause it to approve it before sending. According to the site, WhatsApp for iOS is already working on this new functionality.
Mac and Windows users may now join the public beta programme to test out the app’s new features. When users first install WhatsApp for Desktop beta, they become official beta-testers and get all beta updates automatically. For now, the public may use 2.2133.1.
Bugs in the app may be reported through “WhatsApp Desktop Settings” and “Contact Us” with a screenshot to the development team.
Last month, WhatsApp revealed plans to release an iPad version with multi-device compatibility, allowing users to stay connected to WhatsApp even when their phones aren’t around.
“Our multi-device functionality instantly improves the experience for individuals who utilise Desktop/Web and Portal,” a spokesman told TechRadar. It also allows for future expansion of device support“.