The most recent stable build of WhatsApp on Android now automatically begins playing another audio clip sent to the user for a message, after the preceding voice clip has finished playing. However, a few features that were recently seen testing from the beta channel like the ability to share WhatsApp standing for a narrative on Facebook and a dedicated QR code button in the app’s profile section are yet to arrive.
The above attribute has been added to the secure WhatsApp Android app with the v2.19.150 update. The continuous voice message playback feature removes the hassle of manually tapping the play button on the next voice message once the previous one has finished. Although it isn’t a major attribute, it will definitely be convenient for discussions between the exchange of numerous voice messages sent in rapid succession. To remember, the feature was spotted in WhatsApp beta 2.19.86 to get Android back in March this year.
The constant voice playback feature is currently available in the most recent stable version of WhatsApp for Android. But if you haven’t received the updated version via the Play Store, you can download the APK file of WhatsApp (v2.19.150) in APK Mirror. The upgrade also spots a vulnerability (CVE-2019-3568) associated with the messaging program.
Regrettably, some interesting features like the capability to share WhatsApp status for a narrative on Facebook plus a dedicated QR code button that was recently seen testing are to arrive via the stable channel. Moreover, the new emoji style available through the doodle picker for status updates, which has been seen in beta testing a month, is missing from the hottest WhatsApp upgrade.