After receiving thousands of complaints related to the bug that “disappeared” with the latest emojis, WhatsApp beta got a new update this week. The information was confirmed by the WABetaInfo staff.
This time, version 220.127.116.11 solves this problem that gave headaches to many people. Thus, users will finally gain greater stability in the use of WhatsApp on Android or iOS smartphones.
Another novelty presented by the messenger is still present only in the app code, but it can be activated soon. We are talking about using a fingerprint to authenticate a new session on WhatsApp Web.
As simple as it may seem, the new functionality has everything to make the user experience safer. That’s because only the smartphone owner will be able to activate a session on WhatsApp Web.
It may not seem like it, but there are cases where third parties use the user’s cell phone to create a new web section and stay “spying” on conversations.
For now, the novelty does not yet have a date to be brought to the beta public. Anyway, the new version of the application is already being distributed slowly and gradually through the Play Store.