Days in the wake of declaring that it could end bolster for Apple devices running iOS 7 and more established, WhatsApp is currently trying new inline pictures style for warnings, as indicated by a report by Android Police. The inline pictures have been a piece of the application yet now, it will bolster another arrangement where one can grow and fall inline pictures. WhatsApp is purportedly trying this element to all the more likely line up with Android 9 Pie for Google’s Pixel lineup.
In future as well, the new inline pictures style may be accessible on devices running Android Pie. The component could be useful keeping in mind the end goal to review the picture as opposed to opening the message. Rest of the content will keep on showing up above and underneath the review. Be that as it may, quite enough, this feature doesn’t appear to work with recordings and GIFs. Be that as it may, they will continue appearing as little symbols by the content.
The clients who are a piece of the WhatsApp gatherings, will have the capacity to review the pictures upon development on the off chance that they are running Android Pie. Yet, after crumbling the see, it will move to the right side and a group symbol will seem appear beside it.
Then, WABetaInfo has recognized another sticker pack called Biscuit in WhatsApp for Android beta v2.18.291. Scone happens to be among the prominent sticker pack in Facebook Messenger application for a long while now, and it could be almost there come to WhatsApp later on also.
Not long ago, WhatsApp had declared that Apple iOS 7 and more older versions will bolster WhatsApp until February 1, 2020. It had asked the clients on old working frameworks to move up to more current Android devices running iOS 8 or higher.
WhatsApp will likewise quit dealing with Android versions more older than 2.3.3. On devices running Android renditions 2.3.7 and more older, the application will work until February 1, 2020. Individuals won’t have the capacity to make new WhatsApp accounts. It will likewise pull bolster for Windows Phone 8.0 and more seasoned, iPhone 3GS/iOS 6 and additionally Nokia Symbian S60.