WhatsApp will soon introduce fingerprint security feature for new web sessions

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WhatsApp is reportedly working on a new feature that allows users to secure new WhatsApp Web sessions using a fingerprint. After the introduction of this new feature, your chats will get a new level of security, which will not allow anyone else to create a new web session in your absence. Currently, this new feature is under development in the latest beta. Apart from this, the new WhatsApp update for Android has also brought a bug fix, which deletes the recently used emoji after every update is installed in the app.

Android-2-20-200-10-whats-new/” target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow”>WABetaInfo By digging into the latest WhatsApp 2.20.200.10 beta for Android, we found that instant messaging app WhatsApp is working on a capability that allows users to verify new WhatsApp web session creation using their fingerprint. This feature will especially take the privacy and security of users one level further. This feature ensures that no one can surreptitiously create a new session using your phone. The tracker report suggests that WhatsApp is currently working on the process of implementing this feature, and it may be made available with a future update. This means that you will not get this feature with this latest update, for this you will have to wait a little longer.

The latest WhatsApp 2.20.200.10 beta update for Android brings bug fixes to resolve issues related to recently used emoji. It has been seen in many versions since. Due to this bug, every time after installation of WhatsApp update, recently used emojis are erased from the app. This bug has reportedly been fixed in the latest WhatsApp 2.20.200.10 beta update for Android.

A few days ago, in WhatsApp 2.20.200.6 beta for Android, the company added a new sticker pack named Usagyuuun to the default sticker list in the app. This animated sticker pack is created by Quan Inc and is now live for all new betas in Android. This sticker pack features white cartoon characters who express different emotions through stickers, like happiness, sadness, love, etc. Additionally, WhatsApp is also reportedly working on the ability to change the wallpaper in individual chats.

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