WhatsApp Messenger is the most popular messaging app around the world. With more than one billion downloads worldwide, WhatsApp offers users a great experience, useful features, and the possibility to easily stay connected with their friends and family. The app has gotten a new update, the WhatsApp 2.19.192 Beta version that comes with security fixes and tweaks.
WhatsApp Messenger is free to download and use, and it is available on Android and other devices powered by different operating systems, such as iOS. WhatsApp uses your phone’s internet connection or Wi-Fi to enable you to message and call your friends and family.
WhatsApp Messenger Is The Most Popular Instant Messaging App
The app allows you to send and receive messages, calls, photos, videos, documents, and voice messages. There are no subscription fees applicable to WhatsApp. The app also offers the WhatsApp Calling, a service that enables you to call other people even if they are located in another country. This, because WhatsApp calls use your phone’s internet connection instead of the cellular plans’ voice minutes.
WhatsApp provides users with the possibility to create group chats. A really cool feature the app has is its WhatsApp Web, which allows you to send and receive messages from your computer’s browser.
When logging in, WhatsApp makes it so that you are always logged in so you can’t miss any messages or calls. Your address book is used by the app to quickly and easily connect you with your contacts who also have WhatsApp.
Other cool features include: share your location, exchange contacts, apply custom wallpapers and notification sounds, email chat history, send messages to multiple contacts at the same time, and many more.
What’s New In WhatsApp 2.19.192 Beta Version Update?
The WhatsApp 2.19.192 Beta version update rolled out with a security fix for CVE-2019-3568. Also, an adjustment involving Consecutive Voice Messages have been implemented. These will now play in sequence, so you don’t have to press play on each message. This tweak is a significant adjustment, making it easier for users and offering them a better experience.
Katie Tachuck is a reporter for News Lair. After graduating from UCLA, Katie got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a investigative journalist and producer. Katie has also worked as a columnist for the The Santa Fe New Mexican. Katie covers economy and community events for News Lair.