Awesome feature on WhatsApp, now you can hear voice messages before sending

The popular instant messaging app WhatsApp has a great feature to make its user’s chat experience more fun. With the help of this feature, users will be able to hear a voice message while chatting. The company is rolling out a new feature with WhatsApp beta version number for Android. It is hoped that a stable version of this update will be released soon for global users.

Also being developed for iOS
According to a report by WABetaInfo, the company was already developing this feature for iOS devices and is now being rolled out to Android devices as well. WhatsApp was previously a feature for checking voice messages, but fewer users knew about it and it wasn’t user friendly. Once this feature is available with the new update, users will be able to easily listen to it before sending a recorded message.

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The cancel button is replaced by a stop
With the help of developing this feature, users will be able to listen to voice messages by tapping the Stop button, WABetaInfo said. As of now, users get the option to cancel on WhatsApp, which deletes the recorded message directly. After a fixed rollout of the feature, this button stops instead of canceling.

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The fast playback feature has been introduced
Earlier this week, the company rolled out a feature called Fast Playback. The specialty of this feature is that it allows users to set the speed of received voice messages to 1x, 1.5x or 2x. When it comes to voice messaging, WhatsApp recently said that everyone needs time-saving tips and tricks, and that voice messaging can be very helpful for users who are short on time or doing multi-tasking.

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