Whatsapp is encouraging users to shift to a newer technological by purchasing phones which can be up to date with futuristic technical updates. The feature will allow users to preview stickers on the notification shade of their smartphone. "These platforms/phones don't offer the kind of capabilities WhatsApp needs to expand its features".
"Because we will no longer actively develop for these platforms, some features may stop functioning at any time", added Whatsapp.
Here's all you need to know. This feature will basically help to curb the fake news problem as it will tell users how many times has the message been forwarded. It means the app could open links within itself, instead of redirecting to a web browser. The website can be surfed within WhatsApp itself.
In a recent blog post, WhatsApp has announced it will stop supporting handsets running the Windows Phone operating system as of December 31, 2019, and all phones on iOS 7 or older, and Android 2.3.7 and older, as of February 1, 2020.
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Our eyes rest while we can continue using the mobile. "Yes, they are "dark", but I suppose they are wrongly visible now, because they should appear when the dark mode is enabled", said the WhatsApp tracker in a tweet.
The latest beta build for WhatsApp's Android version has again skipped the long-awaited feature after sporadic implementation of Dark Mode in previous builds.
In another beta update submitted by WhatsApp, WABetaInfo reported that users will soon start seeing Stickers in the notification area. Here, businesses will be able to promote their goods by showcasing their products directly on their WhatsApp profile.