Top 5 New And Upcoming WhatsApp Features For Android You Need to Know About

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    WhatsApp has became the most popular messaging app globally with more than 800 million active users using across multiple platforms. The app comes with plenty of features providing the users the best messaging experience ever, but how many of us utilize WhatsApp to the fullest?

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    WhatsApp is also developing the app to make it more customizable and more easier to make conversations. We have jotted down all the new and upcoming features of WhatsApp. Take a look at the slider below to know more about the upcoming features of the WhatsApp.

    WhatsApp is working on a new feature for Android users, that will allow users to mark messages as unread even after reading them. While, a report claims that, this feature does not appear as read to sender even after marking them as unread. This feature can be used to highlight messages so you can get back to them later.

    WhatsApp is updating with a whole set of new customization options. The update will allow users to set a specific ringtone for a contact, including separate call and message ringtones, enable or disable pop-up notification and much more.

    At present, WhatsApp only allows to mute group conversations, but the upcoming update will bring a new features that can be able to mute individual contacts as well.

    WhatsApp added the most-wanted calling feature over VoIP for its app. Now the WhatsApp has added a new option in the app to reduce the data consumption for calling. Go to Call menu in Settings and you'll get a new option called Low Data usage. Click on the Box and you'll be able to save some data while making calls using WhatsApp.

    This features is not yet live. This upcoming update will brings a great features that can backup all the WhatsApp conversations to Google Drive.

    The Google Drive integration is highly rumored for a long time, which will backup chats, images, videos, voice messages and much more.



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