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Video messages arrive on WhatsApp, available in the latest betas for iOS and Android

Video messages arrive on WhatsApp, available in the latest betas for iOS and Android

WhatsApp The deployment of a new functionality that allows users to send video messages to other contacts has begun and is already present in the latest beta versions of the application for both iOS and Android devices.

This tool comes to replicate the operation of voice messages, but through the camera, so that users can record and send short videos of up to 60 seconds, according to what WABetaInfo announced at the end of March.

This functionality, which was initially located in the TestFlight beta program for iOS – in the version 23.6.0.73– does not allow saving or forwarding the video message and keeps this content encrypted thanks to the end-to-end encryption (E2EE) of this Meta service.

This same portal has now discovered that WhatsApp is implementing video messages through the latest iOS and Android beta updates; a function that will be extended to more users In the next weeks.

Specifically, this feature is part, on the one hand, of the beta update for iOS 23.12.0.71available through the TestFlight program, as well as the beta version of WhatsApp for Android 2.23.13.4which can be downloaded from Google Play.

WABetaInfo has commented that those who have accessed these updates will have a new button in the bottom bar of the interface, which introduces the icon of a video camera. Likewise, it has qualified that, although these messages cannot be forwarded through the application, they can be stored by means of screen recording.

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