WhatsApp appears to be finally bringing out the Reactions feature, which was one of the most anticipated improvements. Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta (formerly Facebook), acknowledged this on his Instagram account. This is hardly surprising given the company’s recent announcement of a number of new features on the way.
Other texting apps, such as Telegram and iMessage, are also worth mentioning. Surprisingly, Instagram, WhatsApp’s sister business, already has this feature, allowing users to instantly respond to messages with emojis. As a result, WhatsApp users are getting it late.
Users will first receive only six emoji reactions, including like, love, laugh, surprise, sad, and thanks, according to the post. There is a chance that users will be able to utilise all of the emojis in the future, as beta testing has suggested.
How to use WhatsApp Message Reactions?
- Open WhatsApp and go to the conversation where you want to use reactions for any message.
- Now all you have to do is press and hold the message you wish to respond to.
- You’ll now receive a pop-up with six emojis to choose from when responding to a specific message.
- You must choose one of the six emojis from the pop-up menu in order to send the Emoji Reaction.
WhatsApp to Bring Email Login Feature for Account Safety
WhatsApp always keeps working on new features to improve its app for better usage. The latest version of WhatsApp beta lets you use your email to keep your account safe. It will help you to recover your account if anything goes wrong
WhatsApp Email Login Feature
Now, if you use WhatsApp beta on your iPhone you can now link your email to your WhatsApp account. This step makes sure that you can recover your account easily. The new feature showed up in the iOS beta version 184.108.40.206 and for Android, it came with this beta version 220.127.116.11 update. It will also use your current login method, that’s your phone number but now you can also use email.
How to Link Your Email on WhatsApp
- Open the WhatsApp beta on your iPhone or Android.
- Go into the settings and find where to add your email.
- Add your email and follow the steps to verify it.
If you don’t want to add your email to WhatsApp, you can do that without any problem. WhatsApp will still work with just your phone number. The email is just an extra way to make sure you can always get into your WhatsApp, even if your phone is lost or stolen.
This additional email option will make sure that your account is safe. It is still being tested so normal users can use it right now. So it will come with a stable WhatsApp in-app update very soon. If you are interested in these types of new features you can join the beta program from the Google Play Store for Android and iOS its Test Flight.
Nothing Glyph Composer app receives a small update to fix bugs
Recently, new sound pack “Sampha” was added to the app. Now the composer app has got a new update 1.3.2. The What’s New section says,”Various bug fixes.”
However, I personally didn’t face any issues or bugs with the app on my Nothing Phone (1) and Phone (2). But still company tries to make its app better than before so that no user gets a bug while using it.
Spotify CEO Calls Out Apple and Google for Unfair Play in Music Streaming
Spotify’s CEO Daniel Ek has spoken out against big tech companies like Apple and Google. He says they both control the music streaming market and also compete in it. This he feels is not fair.
Daniel Ek talked to the Financial Times about this. He said it’s like Apple and Google are the referees of a game but they are also playing in it. He thinks this is wrong and not good for other companies trying to compete.
He also said these big companies make their own rules. This can hurt other companies trying to do business. They also have a lot of control over how many people use the internet. Daniel Ek thinks this is too much power.
Because of all this, Daniel Ek is asking the UK government to make a new law. This law will make sure that if a company is in charge of a market it can’t also compete in that market. This law is called the Digital Markets Competition and Consumers Bill (DMCC). It is now being made.
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