WhatsApp developers definitely do not sit idly by but actively improve the messenger in all directions. So, WABetaInfo, which closely monitors all the changes, reported that the app beta version for iOS devices received an even darker mode. Although the changes seem minor at first glance, especially if you have lowered the screen brightness, they are still there. All those elements that used to be gray are now black, for example, the bottom toolbar. Moreover, the interface has been slightly redesigned to match iOS 15 better.
An update that shows profile photos on the device notification bar is more widespread among beta testers. This change was first noticed back in January this year and is now showing up on more and more smartphones. In general, developers have improved the state of the beta version for Apple devices, so now it works more stable. While many bugs have been fixed, you recommend downloading it for testing purposes only and not for permanent use.
The messenger beta version for PCs has also been enhanced. The 2.2211.3 edition fixed a bug with displaying group and profile photos. Now they are correctly displayed on computers and laptops. According to WABetaInfo, a similar bug has been fixed in the service web version. You can see the full list of fixed bugs in the beta version on the WABetaInfo website.
Recall that testers with Android devices got access to new tools for voice messages last week. Now they can pause and restart the recording whenever they want. Active work continues on UWP, which is still in beta testing. Windows OS PC owners have noticed the new Stickers tab. The messenger has also begun rolling out multi-device support, which many users are looking forward to. Which of these updates would you like to see first in the messenger stable version?