WhatsApp’s interface is starting to look outdated. Notably, Google has now announced its latest iterative design guidelines during the Material You developer conference, but the Messenger app is making minor adjustments here and there to keep it fresh, like the new wallpaper theme options, and according to WABetaInfo. Voicemail found in the next tune.
The new look was briefly enabled in the latest WhatsApp beta v22.214.171.124, although the company seems to have pulled it through a server-side update in the meantime. Let us see what we can expect. The familiar scrub bar creates a waveform that may help you find the relevant part of a message more easily, similar to Telegram, Facebook Messenger, and iMessage. However, readers report that the current waveform makes it impossible to go back and forward. okay Makes you sit and watch all the recordings every time. That’s probably why WhatsApp decided to pull the look out now.
left: WhatsApp beta via WABetaInfo middle: WhatsApp stable right: telegram.
WABetaInfo discovered a new interface change in the unreleased version of Whatsapp. When you send a voice message You’ll see a preview of the waveform as you speak. This will ensure that your microphone accurately captures what you say. That’s a welcome improvement because WhatsApp now doesn’t have a visual gauge that shows how loud your phone’s microphone picks up your words. Although we only have the image in the iOS version, WABetaInfo says the change is still in development for Android.
As stated, WhatsApp has disabled the new look for now. But if you want to be the first to make changes like this Be sure to check back regularly for new beta versions in APK Mirror. Unfortunately, the full beta version of WhatsApp Play Store is currently available.