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WhatsApp launches new camera Interface in Android Beta Version

WhatsApp is continuously working on new updates for Android versions. The company is working on functional updates like messaging and it is also testing the file-sharing options. The company recently launched many updates for apple devices.

The popular chatting app is working on sharing 2GB files with other users. The app has more than five billion play store downloads. This app is commonly found on all smart devices. The company does not launch the feature to everyone at once but it slowly rolls to few users. The app has more than 2 billion monthly active users. This new camera interface feature that was launched to iOS devices a few months back is now being launched for android users.

A popular blog WABetaInfo reports that few users are noticing an updated camera interface to the latest app beta version of Android. This also included the new look when selecting the media like images etc. The camera’s media bar has been removed in iOS devices which were removed by later restored.  Popular social media will slow the new updates. There are many possibilities that the company will launch the new camera update with the option of sharing 2GB files to other users.

WhatsApp is also working on a new feature to chat with the unsaved numbers. The new update (v2.22.8.11) shows a pop-up menu where the user can tap and chat with the unsaved numbers in the app. The users have the option to chat, call or add strangers to the contacts, If the number is not available in WhatsApp then the user can call or add the number to contacts.

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