As per the recent reports, the Meta-own messaging app tests the latest in-app camera UI for Android users. The recent in-app camera UI modifies how the camera appears when in action. And let users watch more of what they’re recording.
The company is achieving this by changing the position of the Flash shortcut and redesigning the button for the flash, and switching the camera. The row that displayed the latest pictures in the gallery over the shutter button is further presently gone, letting users watch more of the subject they are tapping. According to a report issued by WABetaInfo, the modification rolls out with WhatsApp Beta for Android version 188.8.131.52 and beta users could get the feature in action shortly.
Moreover, the feature is further anticipated to roll out to the stable version of WhatsApp later on. However, the users may have to wait for quite a long time. But it is further not obvious if iOS users are also going to get this latest update.
A couple of other reports further suggest that the Meta-own messaging app is additionally testing another latest feature that is going to make group admins able to remove messages in their groups from all members. However, presently the group admins can remove messages that have already been sent for personal chats and group chats. And only senders could delete the messages.
This upcoming WhatsApp feature is going to make admins able to remove messages sent by other users in the group, along with their own messages. Moreover, the messages removed by an admin are going to have a diverse notice on them after deletion, as shown in a screenshot shared by WABetaInfo.
Now, the notice is going to read “This was removed by an admin” in case a message is removed by an admin rather than the normally removed message notice. According to reports, the feature was a part of WhatsApp beta version 184.108.40.206 for Android. Even though it is presently in the internal testing phase, it is possibly going to come to beta testers in the near future.