If you missed our stories this week about the latest updates to WhatsApp beta for Android, iOS, and Desktop, this is a good time to catch up thanks to our summary. Among the 10 stories we shared, the best news of the week is about a feature that allows users to transfer their chat history to a new Android device without using Google Drive!
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|I’ve installed the latest update of WhatsApp for Android, iOS, and Desktop, but some of these features are not currently available. Is there a particular reason for this?||Some features in the app may be under development and not yet available to all testers, or they may be gradually rolling out to users. If you’re unable to access a certain feature, you’ll need to wait for a future update. Keep reading for more information.|
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- In the WhatsApp beta for iOS 18.104.22.168 update, we discovered that WhatsApp was releasing a redesigned toast view and a crash fix.
- With the release of the WhatsApp beta for iOS 22.214.171.124 update on the TestFlight app, WhatsApp was rolling out a new interface for the disappearing messages section to some beta testers and an additional crash fix.
- WhatsApp is releasing the ability to detect text within images in the WhatsApp beta for iOS 126.96.36.199 update.
- WhatsApp is introducing an additional entry point to disappearing messages as a tool to save space for some beta testers that install the WhatsApp beta for iOS 188.8.131.52 update.
- In the WhatsApp beta for Android 184.108.40.206 update, we discovered that WhatsApp keeps working on the process to move the chat history to a new Android device by providing some official details: users will be able to move their chat history securely and privately to a new Android phone without using Google Drive, but this may require some additional permissions. This feature is still in development but we think it is the best news of the week: