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Facebook appears to be testing an important change in its app. A few users of the Facebook application have seen a committed WhatsApp button on the application which covers today’s tech news.

This demonstrates the social networking giant may be running trials for incorporating the WhatsApp into its FB application. The button will let users open WhatsApp without leaving the Facebook app.

This is not the first time that the company is trying this sort of a component. In 2015, They tried incorporating a WhatsApp send button in the Facebook application, which would enable the users to share photographs with their contacts without leaving the application. Be that as it may, the element was never taken off for open.

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The new WhatsApp shortcut button apparently appears in the menu. If you happen to be one of the users in the control group, it ought to show up at the best, directly under your name. Be that as it may, odds are not every person will have the chance to see it yet. It would appear that FB is trying the feature just for Android clients starting at now. In any case, it could soon advance into iOS also. It is misty on the off chance that it will be taken off for everybody.

Notably, the WhatsApp button gives off an impression of being like the Instagram button that is as of now accessible for clients in the Fb application.

Individuals who’ve synced their Instagram accounts with Facebook can tap on Instagram option or their Instagram profile in Facebook application to open their Instagram profile.

Earlier this week, it was reported that WhatsApp is rolling out the new feature — presently in Android beta — which will enable users to manage the storage on their smartphones. The feature is as of now accessible for

The feature is as of now accessible for iOS clients and will give a detailed break-up of the space consumed by various chats on their smartphones.

Facebook-owned WhatsApp has over 1.3 billion monthly users worldwide, while Facebook crossed two billion global users in June. The most recent move is gone for making WhatsApp more prominent and enables clients to consistently switch between the two applications.

The most recent move is gone for making WhatsApp more prominent on Facebook and enables clients to consistently switch between the two applications.

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