Screen sharing and an updated UI have arrived in the WhatsApp beta for Android.
Standard messaging apps can sometimes be messy when communicating with people in different countries. However, excellent solutions like WhatsApp work well regardless of whether you’re on Android or iOS.
WhatsApp is highly regarded for its safety, security, and useful features that improve communication. The WhatsApp beta version is now testing a screen-sharing feature. This feature enables users to showcase their entire device screen during conversations, similar to popular video chat services like Zoom and Microsoft Teams.
According to WABetaInfo, some beta testers spotted the screen-sharing feature in the version 184.108.40.206 update. In the call menu, there is now an option to initiate screen sharing during chats. Before starting, WhatsApp displays a disclaimer informing users that the app will have access to everything shown on the screen.
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Once users agree to the terms, they can begin sharing their screen, displaying everything visible on their device. This feature may not work on older app versions and might limit the number of people viewing the shared screen.
In addition to screen sharing, there have been minor changes to the bottom navigation bar. Some tabs have been rearranged, although nothing has been removed. This change may be confusing for users accustomed to the previous UI layout.
Please note that the new feature and UI changes are only available in the latest beta version and may not be accessible to all users. If you want to try out this beta version or future updates, you can sign up and download the app from the Google Play Store.