Instant messaging service WhatsApp, owned by Meta, is developing an updated camera and picture editing capability.
The industry behemoth in instant messaging has released a slew of improvements in a very short period.
With the latest version, users can easily choose between capturing still images and moving video. In order to record a video, users no longer have to hold down the record button for an extended period of time.
We now have a plethora of choices that make it simple to modify images. There are a number of new text enhancements available. Additionally, the user has the option of selecting their own colour scheme and filter.
These updates are currently available in the test version. But in the future, these functions will be available to all WhatsApp users.
In the past, when Internet access was temporarily unavailable or when countries blocked the service, WhatsApp users could still utilise proxy servers to access the app.
According to the announcement, proxy support is now available for WhatsApp users everywhere.
A proxy server facilitates communication between clients and remote servers. The proxy method allows users to access the internet even if their local government has blocked access.