An element that has been in Google Allo and Snapchat from the beginning is currently advancing toward WhatsApp user. You can now doodle on pictures or include stickers and emojis them.
New Features for WhatsApp User
Besides doodling and including emojis pictures, the overhaul brings front confronting streak bolster (screen streak) for selfies and video zooming alternatives in the application’s camera. The redesign was accessible in WhatsApp beta and is presently accessible for the overall population. Just Android clients can benefit this redesign for the time being. The iOS clients will need to hold up.
As Per the WhatsApp Blog
When you catch another photograph or video or offer one that is now on your telephone, you’ll consequently see the new altering instruments. The WhatsApp camera highlight now bolsters the front-confronting streak so you can take the ideal selfie. In low light and during the evening, this will light up your screen and enhance the nature of your photograph. We’ve likewise included an advantageous zooming highlight for recording recordings. You need to simply slide your finger here and there to zoom in and out. Also, to rapidly switch amongst front and back confronting cameras, twofold tap on the screen.
Adjusting to the Competition
This isn’t the first run through Facebook has duplicated Snapchat’s components. They replicated Snapchat stories and presented it in Instagram, renaming it to Instagram stories. It ought to be specified that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg once offered to purchase Snapchat from its CEO Evan Spiegel a couple of years back.
Despite the fact that both Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp rejoice around a billion clients each, Snapchat still represents a noteworthy danger due to its huge notoriety among high schoolers and the more youthful demographics. Facebook is by all accounts adjusting and presenting new elements in foresight of the way that Snapchat will turn into a noteworthy contender to its informing stages soon. The redesign is not yet accessible at the Google Playstore but rather is required to be accessible today.