WhatsApp has Started to Roll out a New Feature for Users on Android

By Consultants Review Team Monday, 01 April 2024

Instant chat service operated by Meta For Android users, WhatsApp has started to roll out a revamped bottom navigation bar. The corporation moved the four navigation tabs that were once at the top of the screen to the bottom.

As per the most recent update from WhatsApp via an X, the app has undergone some reorganization to facilitate better access to necessary content at the appropriate time.

"Hey Android fans, we rearranged a few things to make it simpler for you to get the information you want when you need it. Meet your new, easier-on-the-eyes and closer to your thumbs navigation tools "Through an X, WhatsApp released a statement.

It's vital to remember that iPhone users have had access to this bottom navigation bar for a very long time.

According to WhatsApp, the updated bottom navigation bar has an eye-catching design and is positioned for simpler thumb access. Significant modifications have been made to the interface, such as rearranging sections and renaming "Status" as "Updates."

Unlike the previous design, which simply featured a symbol for the Communities page, all four sections now have unique icons. The interface now has a clean, contemporary look thanks to the color scheme change from green to white.

Furthermore, the messaging platform is adding AI-driven features to further enhance its capabilities. Soon, users will be able to make stickers using the AI in the app by sending text suggestions.

Aside from this, WhatsApp could be developing a new feature to allow users to make international payments via the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) service within the app. Furthermore, a new feature that makes it simpler for users to exchange high-quality photos and videos is probably going to be added to the Android app of the Meta-owned instant messaging network.

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