Meta releases new updates for their messenger WhatsApp at fairly regular intervals. Now, after many years, something should change on the surface – at least for Android devices.
According to WABetaInfos this has long been a concern of the community as the WhatsApp interface is not as user friendly as it could be.
Little change, much use
The visual differences between the two versions are limited at first glance – and also at second glance.
The biggest change seems to be that the menu bar, which is currently above the chats, is now under the chats. Operating with one hand will therefore become easier – especially with large smartphones.
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In addition to better usability, the update also brings WhatsApp closer to a unified interface with the iOS version, which already has a bar at the bottom of the screen.
This makes it much easier for people who use both versions on different devices.
When is it time?
The new version 188.8.131.52 was released in Google Play Beta Program rolled out, but still under development. Unfortunately, we cannot give you an exact date. When the beta update appears, it usually means that the update will be rolled out to “conventional” users in a few weeks.
WhatsApp changes a little thing on the surface for the benefit of the user. What do you say about the update? Have you been waiting for a UI update for a long time? Have you ever noticed that the interface needs optimization? Do you like the menu bar at the bottom? Share your thoughts with us and let us know in the comments!