WhatsApp began as a text-messaging service. Its software now allows users to transmit and receive a range of material, including text, images, videos, documents, and location information, as well as phone calls. Because WhatsApp is used to share some of your most intimate moments, they implemented end-to-end encryption into the program. Every product decision is guided by a desire to enable people to communicate freely anywhere on the planet.
WhatsApp is used by over 2 billion people in over 180 countries to remain in touch with friends and family at any time and from anywhere. WhatsApp is a free messaging and calling app that is available on phones all over the world. It is simple, safe, and trustworthy.
Learning the Language
WhatsApp has received a new update via the Google Play Beta Program, bringing the current version to 220.127.116.11. WhatsApp is working on a feature that will allow you to change the language of the app in the future! WhatsApp for Android is available in over 60 languages, and it automatically selects the system language when you launch the app. In the latest WhatsApp beta for Android 18.104.22.168, we learned that WhatsApp is working on a new feature that would allow users to manually select the app’s language in the future.
In WhatsApp settings, there will be a new option named “App language,” as shown in this screenshot. When you choose “App language,” WhatsApp will show you all of the app’s available languages. A comparable option is now available in some countries, such as India, but in the future, it seems WhatsApp will allow users to select all supported languages in any country.