WhatsApp for iOS now supports up to 32 participant group voice calls, feedback coming soon

The latest version of WhatsApp for iOS brings a feature that the company unveiled a week ago. From now on, users will be able to participate in group voice calls with up to 32 participants. Here’s everything new in this update.

WhatsApp is preparing many new features for the coming months, such as reactions, increasing the size of files users can send, community function, and more. With version 22.8.80 of the app, users will now be able to participate in group voice calls with up to 32 people.

This update includes a redesigned interface with social audio layout, speaker highlighting and waveforms.

In addition, this new version of WhatsApp for iOS has updated the design of voice message bubbles and information screens for contacts and groups. There is also a new setting when accessing your favorite media in the gallery.

It’s important to note that all of these features are now available in the app, but they might take a few more weeks to roll out to all users, as is usually the case with new WhatsApp features.

In addition to these features made available to all users, WABetaInfo recently discovered that the developers are readying Reactions 2.0 for its desktop version. This means that in a future update, users will be able to react to a message with any emoji they choose.

Last but not least, WhatsApp continues to work on the ability to remove the expiration date from a message that disappears. WABetaInfo Explain :

When you keep a message, it will not disappear from chat after it expires, but anyone can cancel it in case they don’t agree to keep the message in chat after it expires. If a message is kept, it means it was a vanishing message converted to a normal message to avoid expiration. When someone tries to un-save a message, the message will be immediately deleted for everyone and it will disappear from the chat

Are you eager to try all these WhatsApp features? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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