WhatsApp users on Windows can now send and receive texts, media and calls without the need for a phone to be turned on in order to use the app’s functionality.
WhatsApp is rolling out new emoji reactions, larger groups and larger file support across iOS and Android today. These features were announced last month
WhatsApp is improving its voice message features by adding new user interactions and quality-of-life changes to the current feature set on the chat messenger.
WhatsApp is testing Android to iOS transfer options letting users move their chats and data from Android devices to iPhones without losing their history.
WhatsApp is getting a reactions feature that will allow users to react to messages the same way they do on the Facebook platform with like, heart, love etc.
WhatsApp will no longer support devices such as the iPhone 4, 4S and earlier Galaxy smartphones starting in November. It will still support iPhone 6S and up.
Facebook says that no user data was compromised after a six-hour outage that brought WhatsApp, Instagram and the social media platform down across the globe.