The facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp is down again, but, not totally blocked services. Millions of WhatsApp subscribers may be giving up the platform, going by what its competitors are stating. However, that is not pausing WhatsApp by attempting to convince new WhatsApp subscribers and alluring existing ones to stay. It continues providing different types of offers that users cannot deny.
That’s why although it faced a virtual massacre when it got found out in a dispute of its own making over privacy concerns of users at the beginning of the year and subsequently went down for approximately 7 hours a few days ago, it is courageously hiking into latest terrain and providing highly beneficial features. The newest one was related to voice, more like the pause button. It is going to be accessible for both Android and iOS users.
According to a recent report issued by WABetainfo, the facebook-owned messaging app, WhatsApp, intends to launch a voice feature that will permit the user to stop the recording and then restart it at their comfort at the specific point where they left off. In other words, the recording does not need to be finalized at one go, therefore giving it the sort of actual flexibility that users will find indeed beneficial.
However, the facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp is still working on this feature and is likely to launch it in an upcoming update. When that is going to occur is anyone’s belief as it is yet to reach the beta level.
The company has shortly introduced many excellent features including Disappearing messages, multi-device support, and a lot of others. Features like this are going to gain a lot of focus on WhatsApp and assist it to get existing customers’ faithfulness.
Nevertheless, the panel has not decided yet whether the company is going to keep its No. 1 place in the world as WhatsApp with the greatest subscribers – evaluated at approximately 2 billion.
Furthermore, in case it keeps on with the conflicts and breakdown (WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, and Oculus had flaked out simultaneously), not even the most innovative of features are going to be able to retain its subscribers faithful.