WhatsApp acquired by Facebook in recent days has made a few changes to its cross-platform messaging service. Most recently came end-to-end encryption and support for the sharing of documents.
According to new report claims that the WhatsApp is all set to add more features in the coming weeks. With the VoIP aspect of WhatsApp now well established, voice calls may also be enhanced by call-back and voicemail support.
WhatsApp for Android and iOS will soon get a ‘call back’ feature which will allow users to call back friends with just a tap of button without opening the app. The button will be visible in the notification pane, alongside a WhatsApp missed call notification. The messaging service is also said to bring voicemail feature to iOS platform.
WhatsApp will allow users to record and send voicemails to friends. By the report the voicemail feature will show up when user is currently on a WhatsApp voice call.
Apart from all this the report also claims that after adding support for sending and receiving pdf files apart from Docs, Sheets, and Slides files, WhatsApp will provide zip file sharing feature as well, which will allow users to send large files via WhatsApp.
However, there is no official words form WhatsApp when they will start rolling out these features but it is expectd them to start in a few weeks.