Mobile messaging platform WhatsApp is closer to introducing the long-rumoured ‘Recall’ feature within the app, according to WABetaInfo, a fan site that tests new WhatsApp features.
The website had earlier notified availability of ‘Recall’ feature on Beta version of the Whatsapp, a feature that will allow users to revoke recent misdirected messages: text, GIFs, documents, quoted messages and status replies within a five-minute window. However, it was unknown when WhatsApp would roll out the feature.
And now, WABetaInfo has claimed the new feature could be introduced soon. Reports suggest “Recall” will be enabled in the “2.17.30+” version of the app.
Interestingly, WhastApp has already rolled out “2.17.30” version to the iOS platform in its latest update, bringing in albums, colour filter and reply shortcuts to the app. The update is yet to arrive on Android OS. Since WhastApp has made the “2.17.30” to one of the operating system and with reports touting “recall” feature to be rolled out with “2.17.30+” version, users can expect the new to arrive anytime soon on WhatsApp.
Source by deccanchronicle…