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WhatsApp has always been in the limelight for launching new and exciting features almost every now and then, and November has been a good month for the WhatsApp users.
The messaging app has come up with several exciting new features, and have surely made life very simple and easy. WhatsApp, last month had introduced several features including quoting a chat, @mentioning a friend in a reply, making doogle out of a picture, adding text to images and more.
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However, this month, the most popularized messaging platform have been focused on improving the video features and security of the user. Let's check out the features WhatsApp unveiled this November.
Testing for a long time, WhatsApp finally introduced the most-awaited video calling feature for the Android and iOS users. The video calling feature is said to work even in 2G or limited connection, unlike the other competitive video platforms. Along with this, the user can also simultaneously send a text message while on a video call.
After introducing the video calling feature the messaging app unveiled a video streaming feature for its iOS, Android, and Windows users. With this feature the users can watch the video their friends send them, even without downloading it. Yes, the user can watch the video without buffering, and simultaneously the video will be downloaded.
Two-Step Verification Option
WhatsApp is now much safer as compared the earlier. The messaging app has turned out to be much safer by introducing the two-step authentication feature, with allow the user to be end to end encrypted by setting a secret passcode for their account.
Create and Send Interesting GIFs
Early this month, WhatsApp has also rolled out the GIF feature for the iOS, Android, and Windows users, allowing the users to create their own GIF videos easily and send across to their friends for a much interactive conversation.