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WhatsApp is a messaging app created in 2009 and now owned by Facebook. It is available on Android, Windows smartphones, and iPhones, as well as on Mac or Windows devices. With WhatsApp, you can share images, pictures, videos, audio files, and messages with other people. The messenger also allows you to make free voice or video calls over the Internet. To protect users’ data, WhatsApp uses end-to-end encryption.
Unlike traditional group voice calls that ring every member, this feature offers a more discreet approach. Users will receive a push notification and find an in-chat bubble they can tap to join the voice chat.
The passkey feature is expected to become available to Android users gradually over the coming weeks and months. It promises to offer a more secure and user-friendly way to access WhatsApp, ultimately reducing the reliance on traditional passwords.
To enable a second account, users will still need a separate phone number and SIM card, or a device that supports multi-SIM or eSIM technology. Once set up, you'll be able to seamlessly switch between accounts without the hassle of repeated logins.
Meta has introduced a range of AI-powered tools and features, promising to enhance user experiences across its apps. These innovations include AI assistants, image editing, AI-generated stickers, and AI personality chatbots.
This development allows individuals using the macOS operating system to seamlessly engage in group video calls (supporting up to 8 participants) and audio calls (with a capacity of 32 users).
Following its recent update allowing higher-resolution photo sharing, WhatsApp has now extended the same option to video sharing. The app now provides users with the ability to choose between Standard Quality and HD Quality before sending a video.
To access the new functionality, users need to update their WhatsApp application to the most recent version. After updating, an "HD" button will appear at the top of the photo-sharing interface, next to other editing tools.