As most of you know, if you want to send free messages from your smartphone, no matter the platform, you can use WhatsApp. Today, we’ll talk about WhatsApp 2.19.208 Beta that comes out with new voice messages feature, and improvements.
WhatsApp runs on the internet connection of your phone, either Wi-Fi or mobile data, so you can get in contact with the people you want to talk to. It is better to use WhatsApp because you can send Voice Messages, make video calls, and many more.
The advantages of using WhatsApp
This WhatsApp is entirely free to use because it relies on the Internet connection of your phone, and you do not need to pay for anything to do. Not even subscriptions exist in this App. You can receive and send videos, photos, Voice Messages, and documents.
Thanks to WhatsApp Calling, you can talk to your friends and family and also see them through video calls. However, you can’t access 911, and if you are using your mobile data, your provider might charge extra.
If you want to keep up with your squad at all times, you can add them in a group and chat away. If you want to access WhatsApp from a bigger display, try WhatsApp Web on your PC or laptop. When it comes to international messages, there are no fees either. You are using your phone number to register once and then you do not need any passwords or usernames to reaccess it.
In addition to that, you are never logged off, so there is no chance you can miss a call or a message. What is even better is that if you are part of a group, you can put it on silent, so you do not get 100 notifications.
What is new in WhatsApp 2.19.208 Beta?
Thanks to the new WhatsApp 2.19.208 beta update you do not need to press play on each voice message because they will now play consecutively. You will automatically get WhatsApp 2.19.208 beta if you’re part of the WhatApp’s Beta program.
If not, you can always try the new WhatsApp 2.19.208 beta by manually downloading and installing it via its APK file.
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.