WhatsApp is the most popular instant communications platform in the world, with more than 2 billion active users. The popularity is justified taking into account the wide range of supported functions, some imported directly from the competition.
Very soon we will have another imported novelty from Telegram coming to WhatsApp, with some improved details. As we announced a few weeks ago, the Facebook group’s platform was considering the option of speeding up audio clips.
WhatsApp is about to introduce this good Telegram option
Now, according to the publication WABetaInfo, the next tool for WhatsApp will be extremely similar to the one we already have on Telegram. It is the possibility of listening to the audio clips at variable speed so that we can speed up the playback.
This “inspired” implementation at Telegram will allow the user to set the playback speed for three steps. Namely: 1x (normal), 1.5x and 2x to control how these contents play, such as voice clips or audio notes.
The news will reach both versions of WhatsApp for Android and iOS, still without information regarding WhatsApp Web. It will, as has become customary, a gradual and phased distribution after the implementation test period.
The news comes first to the test version
To channels beta a new compilation for both operating systems is starting to arrive, as the WABetaInfo platform reports, with WhatsApp speeding up the development and programming work. For those interested, here’s the tip.
For the end user it will be a useful function. Something that improves the already great app for exchanging messages, making voice or video calls, in addition to being able to discover the conversation groups.
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