We think it’s safe to say that WhatsApp can be categorized as a “must have” app on every smartphone now that it has been downloaded and installed on more than one billion devices. WhatsApp offers users access to a plethora of chatting features but the secret behind its massive popularity is the fact that the chatting app is updated on a daily basis. This is why giving the beta program of WhatsApp a chance might be worth the time.
WhatsApp 2.19.187 Beta Update
If you enjoy using WhatsApp when it comes to getting in touch with your family members and friends, then we have some awesome news to share with you. The developers of the chatting app have just released a new update and it is rolling out via OTA (over the air) channels right now. As previously noted, the first ones that can access the new update for WhatsApp are users who have enrolled in the program. On the bright side of things, creating a beta account for WhatsApp is simple and everyone who uses an Android-powered smartphone can do it.
Even though most WhatsApp updates only come with a handful of bug fixes and software tweaks, this is not the case for the latest 2.19.187 beta release. The reason why we are saying this is because the new update for WhatsApp also comes with a quite useful feature that is going to make it much easier for users to listen to their voice messages.
With that said, the new update for WhatsApp which sports the 2.19.187 beta version number comes with a new feature called “Consecutive Voice Messages”. As the feature’s name implies, it allows WhatsApp users to play all their voice messages in sequence, thus not needing to press play for every message.
Shawn Cooper is a tech journalist who graduated from St. John’s University and specializes in writing everything from the IT industry, scientific research, robotics, and the digital world. Cooper is also the lead editor for Tech News Watch. In his spare time, when he is not playing computer games, you will see him writing reviews on different tech products or games. Shawn also likes to spend countless hours on social media to hunt the latest news from the biggest technology companies, so that his reports are as fresh as possible.