As per reports of last week, social messaging platform; WhatsApp introduced a new feature dubbed the Night Mode for its in-app camera to iOS users (not available to Android as yet). The new feature lets users click better images in low light conditions.
New reports emerge in as the Facebook-owned platform is reportedly said to soon be introducing one of its most anticipated features, the recall and revoke feature to its users. The company has not yet released the feature, but according to online reports, the feature will soon be available for Windows Phone users.
According WhatsApp Tracker Twitter account; @WABetaInfo, the WhatsApp beta version 2.17.218 of Windows Phone has the recall feature already. The tracker account continued to reveal that the latest WhatsApp version for Windows Phone will also incorporate Learn more button for the recall feature.
The recall feature will enable users to revoke or edit a sent message, in case they happen to change their mind – perhaps sent to the wrong person. The recalled message will be deleted from the recipient’s smartphone as well – only if the recipient hasn’t read the message as yet.
Notably, the Night Mode in WhatsApp can be triggered with a small half-moon icon placed on top-right corner of the in-app camera. Tap the icon and the image brightens up as it shoots up the ISO level for a slightly brighter image while shooting in low light conditions.
Editor’s Note: This article has been written with some inputs from TOI