WhatsApp, the popular instant messaging platform owned Meta, has recently released a new update for its beta version on the iOS app. This update brings significant changes to the Settings interface of the app, aiming to enhance user-friendliness.
The new user interface introduces a top menu with tabs for Call, Status, Chat, and Community placed at the bottom. The “You” tab is also added to the bottom menu, along with the existing tabs for Status, Call, Group, and Chat. Additionally, WhatsApp has introduced three shortcuts to access privacy settings, contact lists, and user profiles.
One notable addition in this update is the inclusion of a personal QR code to users’ profile photos. This QR code allows users to easily view and share their QR with others. Overall, the new interface aims to provide a modern and user-friendly experience for WhatsApp users.
It is important to note that these changes are currently only available to a select group of beta testers and will be rolled out gradually to the wider user base.
WhatsApp continues to introduce new features to enhance the messaging experience for its users. Recently, the company launched a feature that allows users to send photos and videos in high definition (HD) quality to their family and friends. By default, the app still uses the “Standard Quality” option for photo sharing to ensure fast and reliable delivery.
WhatsApp remains a popular choice for millions of users worldwide, and these updates demonstrate the company’s commitment to providing a robust and user-friendly messaging platform.
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