WhatsApp now supports group calls with up to 32 people
WhatsApp, which Meta owns, is now said to be able to hold group voice calls with up to 32 people. The new version of the app will let users make group voice calls with up to 32 people.
This update has a new interface with a layout for social audio, a speaker highlight, and waveforms.
WhatsApp for iOS also has a new look for voice message bubbles and information screens for contacts and groups. There’s also a new way to get to your favorite media in the gallery.
Many new features are coming in the next few months, including Reactions, bigger files that people can send to each other, and more.
WABetaInfo recently found out that the developers are getting ready to add Reactions 2.0 to the desktop version. Report: In the future, users will be able to respond to a message with any emoji they want, the report said. Also, It was explained: In this post, we’ll tell you what HDFC Bank’s 15% dividend means for its shareholders.
The report said that AWhatsApp is still working on the way to remove the expiration date of a disappearing message. Also, Check out the iPhone 12 price cut! The price of an Apple smartphone has dropped to Rs 39,999. To find out more about the deal, read the offer terms.