It has taken more than a year since WhatsApp Business was launched for Android, but it seems that the enterprise version of the most used instant messaging system in the world is about to come out.
When it comes to being added to a WhatsApp group, users have little to say. A notification lets them know that they have been added to a group and from that moment they begin to see everything that is spoken in said group.
WhatsApp is introducing changes to its States, the feature of the messaging app that is similar to Instagram Stories.
WhatsApp is the most used instant messaging application in the world, since it is installed on the phones of 1.5 billion people.
The ability to delete messages on WhatsApp (at least when done voluntarily) is one of the functions that have received the most attention from developers.
From now on, access to WhatsApp on devices with iOS can be protected by blocking by fingerprint (Touch ID) and facial recognition (Face ID) on mobile phones that have this feature.
In October last year, some users reported that their WhatsApp messages were disappearing one by one in chronological order, starting with the oldest ones.
The instant messaging application will incorporate new features in its latest version, among which is the fingerprint recognition for Android systems, which will provide greater privacy in the app.
Few are the users of mobile phones that continue to use Nokia devices with Symbian S40 operating system (own software developed by the Finnish company and that could do nothing with the rise of Android and iOS) but as of today they have one more reason to change their smartphone.
WhatsApp has recently limited to five people the maximum number of contacts to which you can forward the same message, video, photo…
It has been circulating for weeks, but it is these days, with the arrival of the Christmas holidays, when more “damage” is being done.
WhatsApp has become a place where some users use groups to share child pornography.