On Android Beta, WhatsApp Emoji Reactions are now available

On Android Beta, WhatsApp Emoji Reactions are now available

The new feature is rolling out to Android beta version 2.22.8.3 via an update this week, and we hope to see regular users get it in the coming weeks. Apple Watch Series 3 Might Be Discontinued This Year: Here’s Why That Could Happen WhatsApp has added six reactions in total, similar to what you get on Facebook already. WhatsApp Multi-Device Feature Out Of Beta Mode: How To Use WhatsApp On 4 Devices At Once.

WhatsApp is adding new features to its Android beta version, the most recent of which is the emoji reactions option, which has been touted for a few weeks. Users on Android beta can add ‘love,’ ‘laughing,’ and ‘tear’ reactions to their discussions. WABetainfo, which has become a reliable source of WhatsApp-related information, broke the news.

Highlights

  • WhatsApp has a slew of features lined up for iOS, Android and the web version this year. Speaking of the web version, the popular messaging app is now letting people use the PC version without having it mirrored through the smartphone app. This option is available for Android users, who should be getting the new updated version of the app to experience the new tool with the Linked Devices feature. WhatsApp says that you can only use one phone through this method, but PC and other devices work seamlessly without needing the phone to be active on the internet.

  • Sharing Contacts On WhatsApp? Here’s How To Send Multiple Contacts At Once. Emoji reactions now testing on Android beta. The emoji reaction feature came to iOS and the WhatsApp PC beta versions a few weeks back, and now Android users can finally test it before the public release of WhatsApp gets it. The blog post says WhatsApp has limited the feature roll out to a select set of beta testers, and will probably offer it to more of them in the coming days, based on the response it gets from the existing set of users.

Sony WF-C500 Review: Mid-Budget TWS Earbuds That Won’t Disappoint. The rollout is gradual so it is possible a new WhatsApp update might take a few days before reaching over a billion users on the Android version of the app across the globe. Read all the Latest News, Breaking News and Ukraine-Russia War Live Updates here.