WhatsApp continues to evolve. The application will bring a new feature for Android users that promises to improve (further) the security of their conversations.
According to the latest information, facial recognition is about to arrive to unlock the App on the Android system. This is already a feature that came to iOS (mainly because Apple was removing fingerprint reader in favor of FaceID).
WhatsApp for Android will bring facial recognition to the application
Therefore, if you are one of those who have an Android smartphone and prefer to use facial recognition instead of the fingerprint reader, you will be happy to know that you will be able to use it on WhatsApp soon.
There are still no dates for users to receive the news, however, WhatsApp has already shown us that it is working hard to give us new features.
WhatsApp is evolving considerably
For many years, especially after the purchase of Facebook, WhatsApp has barely evolved. However, that has changed recently.
WhatsApp Web is more complete and features (such as Dark Mode) are now available for Android and iOS. In other words, the team of developers is effectively listening to its users.
Still, WhatsApp has a lot to evolve. Even though it is the most widely used messaging platform in the world, it still leaves something to be desired in video or voice calls. Where other Apps, such as Google Duo, are light years away. Especially when it comes to image and sound quality in calls.
In short, it is good to see WhatsApp evolving. Implementations take time, however, we see a greater desire to evolve an application that is one of the most used in the world.
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