WhatsApp is finally rolling out an update that will allow users to react to the messages and change the language of the app manually

After almost seven months of initial development, WhatsApp is finally releasing its message reaction feature to be tested by its beta testers in the new version, the feature will allow users to react to a message with six different reactions just like Facebook, the reactions emojis included are thumbs up, heart, laughing-out-loud, surprised, teary face & high five, reports WABI.

Just in the past week, the instant messaging app deployed the feature that allows users to control reaction notifications for iOS and Desktop. This meant that the reacting to message feature will be officially out any moment, and it is now.

However, the released feature is available on WhatsApp beta right now and is only limited to the beta users, but soon everyone will be able to react to messages.

The newest beta version of WhatsApp reflects the job done towards language picker that gives users access to manually overtake the app’s default settings. When the feature is enabled, the app will allow users to select every language the current version is available with.

Similarly, a feature like this was already present for a market like India, but this will be available for every user now globally. This new update highlights the upcoming android features that include pre-app language selection settings, this will give users the ability to change the language of every app they use and will vary from application to application. As reported by DP2, the feature is in action as of now, but still requires some work done, however, the idea behind the concept is the same as what WhatsApp is rooting for.

WhatsApp’s language selection feature is not currently available for everyone as it is only available on the beta version. There is no specific date for the release, who knows that maybe the new upcoming android update with the pre-app language selection features arrives before WhatsApp rolls out the update for every user.

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