INTRO: WhatsApp is nearly always performing on multiple new features, no matter how long it takes them to truly bring these new features to the app (remember WhatsApp dark mode?). Now, a replacement report from WABetaInfo suggests that there are even more features that the WhatsApp developers are performing on for the chat app.
According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is functioning on bringing a replacement ‘join missed call’ feature. As the name implies, the feature will allow users to hitch into group voice or video calls that they’ll not are ready to devour originally. As long because the call remains ongoing, WhatsApp will reportedly show you an choice to join the decision (take a glance at the screenshot below).
Along with that, the report suggests that the messaging app is additionally performing on making the fingerprint authentication feature better on Android. Apparently, up so far, the feature could only be used on Android smartphones that had a fingerprint scanner, but WhatsApp is functioning on adding support for other biometric identification systems such as facial recognition as well. It’s noteworthy that company already works with Face ID on iPhones, so it shouldn’t be too hard for the developers to feature support for face recognition on Android also.
Apart from these two features, WhatsApp is additionally reportedly performing on bringing voice and video calls to its web client, it’s also performing on an in-app network, as well as support for sending self-destructing files among a number of other features, including the multiple-device support that has been within the works for a short time now.