WhatsApp Now Allows Consecutive Audio Message Playback on Android

WhatsApp Messenger for Android has received a new Upgrade, which adds one nifty feature — Constant audio clip playback — to the chat app.

The latest stable build of WhatsApp on Android now automatically begins playing the next audio clip sent to the consumer for a message, once the previous voice clip has finished playing. But a few attributes that were recently spotted testing from the beta station such as the ability to share WhatsApp status for a story on Facebook and a committed QR code button in the program’s profile section are yet to arrive.

The above attribute was added for the stable WhatsApp Android program using the v2.19.150 update. The continuous voice message playback feature eliminates the hassle of manually tapping on the play button on the next voice message when the previous one has ended. Though it isn’t a major attribute, it will certainly be convenient for conversations between the exchange of numerous voice messages delivered in rapid succession. To remember, the attribute was first seen in WhatsApp beta 2.19.86 for Android back in March this year.

The continuous voice message playback feature is currently available in the most recent stable version of WhatsApp for Android. The update also spots a vulnerability (CVE-2019-3568) related to the messaging app.

Regrettably, some interesting features like the ability to share WhatsApp standing as a story on Facebook and a committed QR code button that has been lately seen testing are to arrive through the stable channel. Moreover, the brand new emoji style available through the doodle picker for status updates, which has been seen in beta testing a month, is missing from the hottest WhatsApp update.