WhatsApp for iOS is working away at an redesign voice messages feature. Like Instagram, the talk application will show waveforms when the client is recording a message.

As indicated by WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is testing this feature for iOS and Android clients. It’s anything but accessible yet for general society, however the site managed how to give a demo of how this function will work.

While the client records a voice message, WhatsApp shows real-time voice waveforms. While recording, the client can likewise stop recording and pay attention to the voice message prior to sending it. Concerning now, it’s no way to easily quit recording the message to hear yourself.

In the course of recent months, WhatsApp has been working on several new features. For instance, with a new Archived Chats tab, when the “Keep chats archived” is enable within WhatsApp, each time the client gets a message from a archived chat, it will not be unarchived.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg additionally allude to a WhatsApp iPad application in a exclusive interview with WABetaInfo. At the point when the site site asked about multi-device support, Zuckerberg said this is coming “soon.”

Q: And… what about multi device?
A: And yes this is coming too!
Q: So do you mean I can really use the same WhatsApp account on multiple device, without an active internet connection on my main device?
A: Yup. It’s been a big technical challenge to get all your messages and content to sync properly across devices even when your phone battery dies, but we’ve solved this and we’re looking forward to getting it out soon!