Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Instant messaging service WhatsApp seems to be relentlessly working to upgrade its services and features.
After its latest font launch for iOS and Android users called FixedSys, WhatsApp is now working on features that will allow users to share all sorts of file formats. This also involves sharing various public invitations links and QR codes in WhatsApp group.
Moreover, to keep itself up-to-date and strengthen its space in cyber security, WhatsApp will introduce two-factor authentication. This two-factor authentication feature will work through e-mail while you can change the recovery email using WhatsApp web.
WhatsApp is also planning to bring in larger emojis, just like Apple did--unveiled larger emojis with iOS 10. News report say that WhatsApp will add the newly introduced 70 emojis.
Recently, WhatsApp also rolled out call back and voicemail features for Android.
However, the features are available with Android Beta version and slso available in the form of a signed APK from APK Mirror as of now.
The Android beta version is 2.16.189.