WhatsApp is planning to roll out three new features to its Android beta app, which includes Animated Stickers, Delete Messages, Account Transfer features
WhatsApp rolled out Dark Theme on its Android beta app. Now, the word is that the company is planning to bring a bunch of other features to its Android app soon.
According to a report by WABetaInfo, the company is planning to roll out three new features to its Android beta app, which includes Animated
Stickers, Delete Messages, Account Transfer features.
WhatsApp has added a new play icon next to the name of the sticker pack to differentiate the animated stickers from the
In addition to this, it is refining details which include the time when a sticker pack is animated. This new sticker page is being developed to support both the light and the dark themes, indicating that the feature would be rolled out to users soon. That said, there is no formal timeline available as to when this feature will be rolled out to users.
Last year, the blog reported that WhatsApp was working on a delete messages, or a disappearing messages, feature, similar to Telegram’s self destruct timer, that would allow users to send messages that disappear after a preset period of time. Now, the company has made some improvements to this feature. WhatsApp has added an option that tells users about the state of the feature. Simply said, the improvement informs the user if the feature is turned off or if a self-destruct timer has been set. If a user has set a timer, it informs the user about the duration of the timer, such as one hour or one day.
Lastly, the company is also planning to bring a new Account Transfer feature to the app.
WhatsApp, last year, rolled out a feature on its iOS-based app that allows iPhone users to register a WhatsApp account on a new iPhone without asking for credentials. Now, the company is planning to bring a similar feature to its Android app.
The feature uses official Google APIs to allow users to transfer their WhatsApp data to another device without registering again. However, this feature is still in the initial stages of development at the moment and that there aren’t other details available yet.