Block Chat Screenshots

WhatsApp’s platform is advancing at a fast rate. Presently WhatsApp highlight will give you a chance to block chat screenshots that will be a piece of WhatsApp’s Authentication feature.

A month ago, WABetaInfo revealed that WhatsApp is chipping away at a verification include for Android that would enable clients to natively lock the application utilizing their phone’s unique fingerprint sensor.

Presently, a new report from the blog recommends that the organization is intended to add a functionality to the component that would block users from taking screenshots in the chats when the element is enabled.

So, according to the report, WhatsApp clients utilizing the authentication highlight to lock their application won’t most likely take screenshots of the chat.

This component won’t stop the other individual on receiving end from taking the screenshot if the Authentication feature is enabled. It’s not clear, however, why WhatsApp on adding this feature.

As soon as the Authentication feature is enabled, one will be able to reply using the Notification bar and answer calls if WhatsApp is locked. WhatsApp is soon expected to unveil this feature for Android Platform.

This is feature is currently under the development phase and has been spotted in 2.19.106 WhatsApp beta version for Android.

Outstandingly, aside from the updates to the authentication highlight, the social informing application has likewise dealt with improving the UI of its Doodles feature.

The refreshed component currently has two separate tabs for stickers, which incorporates third-party stickers, and images.

Also, the stickers are partitioned into two gatherings – top picks and category, and with the most recent update, clients will almost certainly utilize these stickers with pictures, videos and GIFs.

In any case, there is no information on why WhatsApp is intending to include this block chat screenshots feature.

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