Emoji reactions have become commonplace on other services inside and outside Meta, like Telegram, Google Messages, and even Twitter direct messages. Now, finally, one of the world’s most popular messaging apps is getting into the action.
According to WhatsApp, each month its platform registers an average of “100 billion messages”, in addition to “one billion calls every day”; figures that of course demonstrate the power that this application shows in the midst of the same in its category.
The platform recently added a new feature consisting of use the audio player in the background on iOS. This means that users can do other things on the application while listening to what is sent to it, or also what is received. For example, it will be possible to write in a chat to respond to something urgent without having to stop the audio playback of another chat.