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Beta Testing For Voice Message Player Is Now Avalable For Users

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WhatsApp has announced testing its beta version of a new voice message feature, ‘voice message player’ for some iOS users.

The beta test would enable it to release the feature to the mass.

Previously, the beta testing feature was under development and said to be released later.

However, the iOS beta version 22.1.72 has been spotted to carry the new voice message feature.

WhatsApp started beta testing the feature after much anticipation from users.

iOS users can now listen to voice messages while moving from one chat to another.

The voice note would play in the background, enabling users to listen directly from the app’s app’s chat screen.

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WABetaInfo has shared a screenshot, a popular WhatsApp blogging app for WhatsApp released features.

beta version of voice message for iOS

You can see the voice note playing above the chat screen in the screenshot.

This new development is coming after WhatsApp says it would be releasing a global voice message for users.

It first introduced the Android users version; however, it is still under development.

Although WhatsApp has plans to release it in a future update.

Like the one rolling out for iOS users, Android users can listen to voice messages while they return to their chat list.

There would be an ability to pause, play, and dismiss the voice message in the UI interface.

WhatsApp further explains that it would release the feature for beta testing to some Android users when it is ready.

Then later, it would be released to the masses.

Implication for users

If you are an iOS beta version 22.1.72 ten, you should be able to access the beta testing of the voice messages player.

You can conveniently listen to voice notes while doing other things like chatting with a friend on the platform.

Hopefully, it will be released to more users if the feature does well.

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