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WhatsApp is getting better voice messages in the next few weeks

WhatsApp is getting better voice messages in the next few weeks

WhatsApp announced on Wednesday that it will be rolling out some improvements to voice messages in the coming weeks, including the ability to listen to messages while reading other chats and play messages at 1.5 or 2 times the speed (yes, please, the feature is on) being) out). going) to everyone). Location).

The experience of recording messages is also getting better. WhatsApp now lets you pause and resume your recording, so if you're wondering what to say next or need to have a brief conversation in real life, consider resuming recording. So you don't need to leave a huge gap. To make sure you don't accidentally cut or include something, you won't be able to hear the message before it's sent.

There is also a slight aesthetic improvement. Instead of just using a line to show your voice message playback progress, WhatsApp will now use a waveform of the actual message. Plus, WhatsApp can remember where you were when playback stopped and let you resume playing from that point so you don't have to listen to the entire message again.

These improvements are likely to be of great use – WhatsApp says users send an average of 7 billion voice chats a day. While some similar features were already available in other apps (for example, Telegram lets you listen to messages for a period of time outside of chat), it's certainly good to get some attention on WhatsApp's version.

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