WhatsApp on iOS may soon get ‘search for sticker’ shortcuts, Android app will revert to green colour in notifications


WhatsApp is continually updating the app with small and large tweaks here and there. The brand new updates convey a little something for each Android and iOS customers. As determined inside the beta model iOS 2.21.One hundred twenty.9 and v2.21.12.12 on Android, by way of WABetaInfo, iPhone users can also quickly see a ‘look for sticker’ shortcut on the WhatsApp app. As for Android customers, the replace seems a small one, however it fixes an trouble a number of customers have flagged – WhatsApp is restoring the green color in notifications on Android.
‘Search for stickers’ shortcut on iOS


As in line with the modern day replace on TestFlight beta program, WhatsApp for iOS will soon get a ‘search for stickers’ shortcut. WhatsApp has already been trying out this option on Android.

As of now, subsequent to the typing bar, iOS users see a decal icon, which leads them to a section in which customers can search for GIFs and stickers.

However, with the update, users will reportedly soon see that the decal icon starts to blink to notify them whenever WhatsApp finds a sticky label similar to the textual content they type.

The video beneath demonstrates what the feature might be like:

Green shade in notifications to be restored on Android

Recently, WhatsApp on Android eliminated the green coloration in notifications to replace it with a brand new darkish blue font. However, soon after, numerous customers complained that the brand new color makes the text hard to examine. So, with the v2.21.12.12 beta update on Android, WhatsApp is restoring the green color in notifications.

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