WhatsApp seems to be working on its new feature that is night mode which is still said to be in beta for Android. Over the past couple of months, it was anticipated that WhatsApp is set to introduce a dark mode feature.
Cyber security has become increasingly crucial these days. With the growing number of people on the internet, spying has become another area for a thriving business.
WhatsApp has discovered a 'targeted' surveillance attack. This enabled hackers to remotely install surveillance software on phones and other devices. The attack has been targeted to a select number of users.
It is seen that WhatsApp Pay might require five more months to go local and live. WhatsApp seems to be permitted to beta-test its pay payments product within a limited user base of 10 lacs and is also allowed to do small value transactions by the NPCI.
Finally, there is some good news for iPad users. WhatsApp will now finally be available for iPad. This seems to be coming after more than 10 years after its launch that instant messaging will be finally compatible with Apple tablets.
WhatsApp is all set to bring its WhatsApp Business app on iOS in seven countries and also a global rollout that is expected in the next few weeks. Last year WhatsApp had launched its WhatsApp Business App for Android.
WhatsApp's new privacy setting feature is set to offer something new. It will now enable you to block unwanted group adds. It will give users the control over groups which you engage with on the messaging app.
WhatsApp Pay stil seems to face hinderances. Though it has been rolled out in the month of February 2018, it is still said to be in the beta mode with pending regulatory approvals.
WhatsApp's dark mode for Android has been revealed. This feature has been in the beta version 2.19.82 however the feature has not been enabled yet and cannot be seen.