WhatsApp has quite recently presented another update through the Google Play Beta Program, bringing the form up to 188.8.131.52.
What’s going on in this update? Find all subtleties beneath!
|Name of the feature?||Flash Call|
|Availability?||WhatsApp is testing the feature and it will be available in a future update.|
|I’ve the same version but I don’t see this feature, why?||The feature is not available yet for the public, but you can see a preview here.|
WhatsApp is fostering another component considered Flash Call that permits you to naturally check your telephone number when you attempt to sign into WhatsApp.
How can it function? WhatsApp will ask you another authorization to get to your’s call log. On the off chance that you allow to WhatsApp to see your call logs, WhatsApp will consequently confirm on the off chance that you have gotten the call that would give you admittance to your WhatsApp account.
For what reason would they say they are called streak calls? WhatsApp will call your telephone number and afterward consequently end the call, checking if it’s present in the call log, so it’s actually a quick call:
As you can find in the screen capture, WhatsApp will just utilize this once to affirm you have gotten the call. It will not be utilized for different purposes and it’s a discretionary element. Indeed, you can likewise choose to not utilize streak calls and to answer to the check call regularly as in the past, choosing “Not presently”.
This element is being worked on and it will be accessible in a future update. Stay tuned to find more highlights about WhatsApp!