WhatsApp is slowing revealing the much-anticipated self-destructing message include for its Android Beta version. The Facebook-owned messaging application is as yet taking a shot at this update to give a steady and without bug experience to its users before releasing the feature, as per WABetaInfo, a website that tracks the application’s updates. The update will naturally erase a message after a specific timeframe as set by the user.
The component is by large all the while turned out on the Beta version number 2.19.348. Users who have enrolled themselves for the Google Play beta program can download the most recent variant. On the other hand, you can likewise physically refresh the application by downloading it from the APK accessible on the APK Mirror platform.
As the feature is still being worked on, all Android users will most likely be unable to see an update notification message on their Google Play Store. Purportedly, WhatsApp has renamed the element’s name from ‘disappearing Messages’ to ‘Delete Messages’ before the official turn out.
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