New Delhi: After selectively launching a new Communities feature last week for Android users, WhatsApp is now releasing a new beta that adds voice calling for Wear OS 3 wearable devices. This capability is reportedly activated by default in WhatsApp 22.214.171.124 beta, according to sources on the Wear OS subreddit.
WearOS 3 smartwatch users will soon be able to answer voice calls on WhatsApp after the upcoming upgrade. Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 users will be able to accept WhatsApp voice calls from their smartwatch once this update is available in the stable version.
Some sources claim that after updating WhatsApp via the third-party ApkPure app store, he was soon able to answer WhatsApp voice calls from his wrist. But WhatsApp has not made an official announcement regarding the update, and the changes are expected to be unprecedented before the feature is officially launched.
WearOS was previously only enabled to end WhatsApp voice calls. They will be able to answer WhatsApp voice calls from their wrist after the latest update. However, this is only for receiving calls. It is still not possible to make WhatsApp calls on WearOS 3.
The user experience on WhatsApp is enhanced across a variety of devices. It is also said that a function has been developed that will allow users to send messages to themselves via the linked devices. With this upgrade, users trying to connect to WhatsApp from a different mobile device will be able to see their private number.
iOS and Android phone users are expected to receive it. According to reports, WhatsApp is also developing a new “Report Bugs” section that will appear in the app’s settings. Currently, the chat app offers a “Contact Us” option that users can use to report any issues related to the app to the company.
Users will be able to submit bug reports via the new section in a similar way to what we see on Facebook. Users may report errors by including optional images and a description.