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WhatsApp Has A New Update For WhatsApp Beta Users- Let’s See What's New

First spotted by Aggiornamenti Lumia, WhatsApp has introduced a new UI and some new features for Windows 11 and 10 users. The images and videos are already out. The latest version is based on UWP, which uses the XAML UI language to get familiarized with the native Windows apps. Rather than using WhatsApp on PC, if you download the largely web-based version of it, it will launch very quickly.

Despite, the app will be available for both Windows 11 and 10 users, however, the UI feels like it was designed for the previous version of Windows.


The Whatsapp UWP app will also deliver notifications, even if you are offline on the desktop or not using the app. This isn't it, the Meta-owned messaging app is working on it and is soon to develop a new app for macOS devices. According to WABetaInfo’s reports, the app will be based on Apple’s Catalyst Project. It will allow the developers to build two apps; macOS and iPadOS through a single code. Some of the elements of Windows 11 are already rolled out, for example, the new Mica material which makes the inside of the app shine slightly.

The images shared by the Italian publisher, show that the app also supports audio and video calls. Another interesting new feature: Windows Ink, which allows users to share an image to themselves, after sketching it up on the web app.

Additionally, there is a wide variety of setting options that WhatsApp offers on mobile apps as well. Some of them are as follows: privacy settings of who can see your last seen and who has access to seeing your profile picture, settings of your chat, notifications, storage, settings for automatically downloading media from WhatsApp to the gallery, and much more.

The UWP version of the App was first tested over two years ago.

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