WhatsApp begins to roll out profile photo and avatar features.
Apparently testing Avatar features for Android beta users is the messaging app WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta. For their profile image, individuals can design a unique avatar. Currently, the app is rolling out this capability to a restricted group of Android test users.
According to a recent report from WABetaInfo, the Meta-owned instant messaging service will soon make the avatar feature available to users on Android, iOS, and desktop computers everywhere. On Android Beta 220.127.116.11 of WhatsApp, the new Avatar feature is currently accessible.
On both iOS and the desktop, a beta release is anticipated to happen soon. A few screenshots from the WhatsApp development tracker have been posted, which demonstrate how to edit and pick an avatar, select a backdrop colour, and set an avatar as a profile photo.
A new Instagram-like function has also been made available to WhatsApp users with the most recent version.
Through an exclusive emoji panel, WhatsApp users on iPhones can now respond to status updates sent by other users. The WhatsApp status emoji panel looks a lot like the platform’s initial rollout of the functionality for texts.
In the changeling of a recent update, the new WhatsApp status function is also addressed.
After the update, Apple iPhone users can respond to status updates by selecting one of the available emojis, including Smiling Face with Heart-Eyes, Face with Tears of Joy, Face with Open Mouth, Crying Face, Folded Hands, Clapping Hands, Party Popper, and Hundred Points.