So if you are interested in what these new features are, read on ahead.
The platform will lose support for the messaging app on December 31, 2019, and there will be no other way to continue using WhatsApp, except switching to a new Android or iOS device. The headings in this mode are all highlighted in green colour. "These platforms/phones don't offer the kind of capabilities WhatsApp needs to expand its features".
They also warned that some WhatsApp features might stop working at "any time" on these devices, which Microsoft discontinued in 2017. It will allow them to put up product catalogues of the business and it will be made visible on their WhatsApp profile.
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The new blocks will especially be affecting those who use Windows phone as the company justified its reason to be the need to focus on platforms that are only used by majority of people, Express UK reports. It means the app could open links within itself, instead of redirecting to a web browser.
According to WABetainfo, WhatsApp's latest Android beta version 2.19.133 does not feature the official 'Dark Mode'. This will also help the receiver know if the message is a simple one-time forward or a viral message that has been forwarded multiple times before hitting his phone.
As of the time of this writing, the Facebook-owned company has come out with yet another one of such moves. It is very rare that new posts are published, despite the multitude of updates and new features that the app regularly sees. While it is already available on iOS, it will soon make its way to Android.