WhatsApp is taking privacy a step further by introducing self-destructing voice messages. Building on the "View Once" feature for photos and videos introduced in 2021, WhatsApp now allows you to send voice messages that vanish after a single listen.

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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.

This feature is designed to provide an extra layer of security, making it ideal for sharing sensitive information such as credit card details or planning a surprise. Similar to "View Once" photos and videos, these voice messages will be clearly marked with a "one-time" icon and can only be played once.

WhatsApp prioritizes your privacy, and all voice messages are protected with end-to-end encryption by default, ensuring that your conversations remain private.

The rollout of View Once voice messages will be global and gradual over the next few days, so keep an eye out for this valuable addition to your messaging experience.