Whatsapp: many more features on the way

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Do you want to record videos on WhatsApp but you hate having to keep your finger permanently on the camera button? The Android app is updating, which is good news!

WhatsApp is constantly improving and after the arrival of the possibility to run the app on two mobile devices simultaneously, including tablets, and the new group members size and the ability to hide your online status while using the app, a few weeks later, the well-known instant messaging service now offers an Android video option.

WhatsApp rolls out a video mode on Android


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Without a doubt, the WhatsApp app has welcomed many features in 2022, whether it is running on iOS or Android. Additionally, according to the preliminary information we have, the Meta group plans to continue its tradition again in 2023. Starting off, a total of five new fonts should soon be available for use with WhatsApp on Android. These things provide greater customizability.

Additionally, we can praise Meta for finally releasing WhatsApp on Mac with a native application after years of waiting. Without a doubt, the group has more surprises in store for us. In any case, the news that grabs our attention today is related to Android smartphones. And it’s about the launch of a specific video mode on WhatsApp.

There is now a video feature in WhatsApp. The recently released WhatsApp update will definitely please those who enjoy watching videos. Owners of Android handsets can now film more conveniently than in the past thanks to this update. Now, you can just click to switch to video mode and start recording. Without having to hold down the filming button.

But it should be noted that iOS users appear to already have access to this feature. Additionally, be aware that this update provided a chance to correct various errors and enhance the application‘s overall performance.


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