WhatsApp is said to be working on a new voice call interface. The UI is claimed to be part of the instant messaging app’s Android and iOS editions. Through the redesigned interface, WhatsApp can provide a better experience for individual and group phone conversations. The improvements, even for beta testers, are not currently accessible for use. This implies that consumers may have to wait a while for the new voice call interface to be available.
According to the WABetaInfo beta tracker Transfer by WhatsApp, WhatsApp is working on a new voice call interface to give consumers a more compact and contemporary experience. The source also included several images to show how the revised interface compares to the present one.
WhatsApp now has a new UI (seen on the right) that is different from the old one (on the left) Image
Although WABetaInfo claims that the identical revamp would be part of WhatsApp for Android, the screenshot was obtained from WhatsApp for iOS.
When the revised interface will be available to users has not been stated. As previously stated, beta testers have not yet been given access to the adjustments.
WhatsApp’s revamped phone call interface was discovered only a few months after it was first used. It now allows users to join conference calls. Users may now join ongoing audio or video conversations straight from their groups using the Messaging App Join Calls Integration in Group Chats.
Indications for end-to-end encryption of calls and status updates have lately appeared on WhatsApp. Additionally, WhatsApp Business beta participants received a Short Answer file lately.
Aside from the functionalities being tested, WhatsApp recently upgraded its voice messaging experience by adding a feature that allows users to preview their voice messages before sending them.