An instant messaging service owned by Meta This time, WhatsApp is launching a new app, not an update. According to the source, WhatsApp plans to release an iPad version in the near future.
Cathcart, the CEO of WhatsApp, has also confirmed the iPad app’s existence, although no date has been given. According to Cathcart in an interview with The Verge, a separate WhatsApp app for the iPad has long been requested and the firm is delighted to provide it.
It was recently claimed that WhatsApp is working on two new features, one of which is a security feature and the other is a wallpaper for audio calls. According to a report, WhatsApp for the desktop will soon get a two-step verification function.
Apart from that, users will be able to choose their backdrop image when on a voice call with the new version. The latest functionality of WhatsApp has been revealed by WABetaInfo. Using WhatsApp on the desktop will be possible to utilize two-step verification, which will require a PIN, although the user will be able to enable and disable the PIN, according to the report.
The ability to suspend voice recording was first seen on WhatsApp’s beta version a few days ago. Desktop users will be the first to benefit from this feature. Just a few days ago, WhatsApp introduced the ability to hear voice messages before sending them out in full.