The year seems not over yet for the developers in Meta. The root company where the WhatsApp messaging app is located continues to work to offer important news in the application for the new year 2022. A few weeks ago a function was integrated with which we could access a call started in a group once It had started, as if it were a normal conversation. Today we wake up to the news that WhatsApp is testing a new design in the app’s voice calls interface which has not yet reached the beta version.
WhatsApp tests a new design in voice calls
The news comes from the hand of WABetaInfo, the portal dedicated to filtering news about the application and analyzing the betas that are made available to users registered in the program. This time, It is not a new feature added to the app as such, but a design that is being tested inside WhatsApp offices and coming to beta testers in the next few weeks if development continues.
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In the image that heads this article you see a comparison of the current design (left) and the new one (right) in the voice call interface of the messaging application. As we can see they move to darker colors and a more compact interface, abandoning the blue gradient that has accompanied us since its launch. We only have access to this image that compares an individual call. We do not know the interface when more people are added but it is possible that they appear in a square format, especially since the current call appears boxed in a gray frame that could be reduced to give space to the rest of the participants on the screen.
This new design is expected hit the beta versions of Android and iOS as soon as it is available. The date is unknown but we got the advance through WABetaInfo.
Source: Actualidad iPhone by www.actualidadiphone.com.
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