It was discovered that the favorite instant messaging app WhatsApp’s calling attribute was used by hackers to install spyware to the users’ devices. It was also being called the breach of human rights since the spyware called ‘Pegasus’ was used to spy, monitor and gather data digitally.
WhatsApp has stated it would take 10 or more days to deliver a new patch that would repair the issue. WhatsApp is obviously famous for bringing fresh updates rather fast, and we’ve already seen a number of the newest features in its beta or stable construct.
In its most recent beta update, WhatsApp is welcoming 155 redesigned emojis along with the Night Mode using it.
The newest WhatsApp Android Beta 2.19.139 brings with it 155 redesigned emojis. For the consumer would have to download the most recent beta build of this app. Presently, it’s in its beta construct, but it anticipated to emerge as a secure version in the coming times and could be on the Google Play Store. In accordance with WABetaInfo, the app has fully redesigned a number of that software while some other have obtained little alterations.
Besides emojis, the newest beta update can also be thought to have the much-awaited Dark Mode that we found in the last beta versions. Even though, in the current beta versions, it had been eliminated but it comes back this time. Now, it’s been renamed to ‘Night Mode’. However it ought to be mentioned, the Night Mode remains in development so that it may take a while to see it published for the secure version of the app. The traces of Night Mode from the WhatsApp beta v2.19.139 was seen separately by WABetaInfo and as stated earlier, it’s still in evolution.
Once empowered, Night Mode will darken the port of this app completely. It comprises Chat List, Calls, Status and many others Also. Even though the port will darken however, the actions switches like Send, and Phone in WhatsApp will continue to be green as it had been previously. Even though the precise timeline of the launch of the Night Mode to get WhatsApp isn’t understood but it is going to shortly be launched from the secure version of the app too.