Samsung has worked with Instagram, WhatsApp, TikTok and Snapchat to port image processing of the Galaxy S24 series to these apps.
WhatsApp was busy in December: ViewOnce for voice messages, uncompressed images and videos and code-locked chats came out.
WhatsApp allows you to use the same account on multiple devices. Now you can do the opposite - two accounts on one cell phone.
WhatsApp finally adds support for HD photos and videos. The rollout for Android and iOS has already started.
Screen sharing via WhatsApp has been in development for several months now, The first beta version started back in May.
WhatsApp video messages are up to 60 seconds each and, as usual, are protected by WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption.
WhatsApp is now officially available for Wear OS smartwatches. Previously there was a beta version for a few months.
WhatsApp has a new chat history transfer feature. The feature greatly simplifies the process of transferring chats and files to a new device.
Instead of having to install WhatsApp on each device, you can access and switch between different accounts from a single app on one device.
Channels are currently still in development and should initially come to the WhatsApp beta for Android, iOS and desktop.
WhatsApp version 23.10.76 for iOS brings companion mode for 4 iPhones and is already available for download in the App Store.
We've been hearing about a message editing feature in WhatsApp for years, but it's never been implemented.
WhatsApp has officially unveiled its latest feature. "Keep in chat" reverses the function of disappearing messages.
WhatsApp Expiring Groups is live for beta users and could prove to be a useful tool to declutter one's WhatsApp account.
The latest version of WhatsApp for Android has a dual panel interface for tablets. However, uptil now only for beta users.
WhatsApp for iPhone gets PiP video calls, Samsung Message Guard blocks zero-click exploits, and the Oppo Find X6 Pro charges at 100 watts.
WhatsApp announced a new update today, which brings various new functions for your own status. The rollout already started.
WhatsApp has started rolling out a very handy feature. It's called "Message Yourself" and is available for both iOS and Android.