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The most popular instant messaging application in the world, WhatsApp, has released a new beta version for Apple’s iOS operating system. WhatsApp Beta for iOS version brings several improvements and new features to enhance the user experience.

One of the coolest features is the ability to play voice messages in the background. Previously, WhatsApp users had to keep the screen open to listen to full voice messages.

Now with the new update, they can listen to voice messages while using other apps or even when their device screen is locked. This feature is especially useful for users who receive long voice messages.

Another new feature in the update is the ability to mark messages as “unread.” This function is useful for those users who want to reread a message later or need to remember to reply to a specific message.

WhatsApp updates its beta version for iOS with interesting news

In addition, WhatsApp has improved the search function in the application. Users can now search messages within a conversation without having to manually scroll through the conversation. This makes it easier to find important information in a conversation.

The new update also includes improvements to the quality of voice and video calls. Call quality has reportedly improved significantly in this beta version. Finally, WhatsApp has integrated an interesting feature that had only been seen so far in Telegram.

The specific feature is the groups that arrive with an expiration date and, although it may seem trivial, the reality is different. This novelty allows you to set a date on which the group will disappear forever so it will not be necessary to leave the group once your function ends, such as organizing a birthday.

Overall, the new beta version of WhatsApp for iOS offers several significant improvements that make the app easier to use and more convenient for users. While these features are not yet available in the public version of the app, they are expected to be released in a future update.

WhatsApp users can download the beta on the App Store if you want to test these new features before they are officially released. Yes indeed, it is more than likely that this beta version has bugs or some kind of strange behavior. Bearing this in mind, its installation remains in the hands of the users.

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Varun Kumar

Varun Kumar is a freelance writer working on news website. He contributes to Our Blog and more. Wise also works in higher ed sustainability and previously in stream restoration. He loves running, trees and hanging out with her family.

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