WhatsApp To Feature Direct Contact Saving Function

WhatsApp To Feature Direct Contact Saving Function

WhatsApp To Feature Direct Contact Saving Function

WhatsApp has been top-notch when it comes to providing all sorts of tech comfort to users. Now, the app has facilitated the easiest way of sharing text, audio and video files, video calls, and documentation.WhatsApp is looking forward to adding more inscription for user’s comfort. The WABetaInfo reported that WhatsApp is solemnly working on adding a QR Code shortcut in Android soon after the test version has been spotted in iOS devices. The feature will soon break to WhatsApp users but before that, the feature is available in the WhatsApp Beta for Android version 2.19.189.

People may get confuse this with QR CODE Scanner, that is generally used to authenticate WhatsApp in PC or laptop with signing in WhatsApp Web in the device. But the new WhatsApp QR CODE scanner will help to share and save contacts directly in the app. According to the current report, each user will have a personalized QR code that can be scanned with the phone’s camera. By scanning the QR CODE in the individual’s device, their contact details can automatically be saved to WhatsApp contact. The new update on the Facebook-owned social messaging app will have users adhere to a more comfortable feature. People will no longer have to save contact numbers in the contact details of the phone.

WhatsApp To Feature Direct Contact Saving Function

While WhatsApp is throwing pebbles to the outdated way of comforts in technology, not only in the field of software but also in the list of apps, it is also bringing new features to compete with other app sources. The app is working on many new feature updates like hiding muted status updates.

No other app has competed so far to make itself this user-friendly. WhatsApp has also permitted users to share texts, voice mails, audios and videos, PDF and Word documents, and the application will soon run a money sharing feature within the application as well, known as the WhatsApp Payments. A report by The Economic Times reports that WhatsApp has already set up data storage facilities in India. Rendering to the sources, WhatsApp has already moved to the audit process where the company shall be audited by CERT-IN- empaneled auditors after finishing the necessary work of data localization in the area.

A person concerned with the matter told the publication that, “Now that one of the major concerns around localization of data has been addressed, the payments offering can go live.” The company has planned to signed partnership with ICICI bank using Unified Payments Interface (UPI), also with Axis Bank, SBI and the HDFC bank as partners. As per the performance, the company will launch the feature around September in India.

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