Whatsapp reportedly rolled out a new animated sticker pack tagged as Encanto!, after the update of WhatsApp beta for Android 126.96.36.199, now WhatsApp brings out something rejuvenating to the users to experience colorful stickers to connect with their friends and family.
According to Wabetainfo, in the last 24 hours, WhatsApp unveiled a new animated sticker package on the official WhatsApp Sticker Store; for iOS and Android users, the pack’s name resembles the Spanish word. Encanto! It means charm in English.
The sticker may be released to celebrate the movie Encanto, Disney’s animated movie directed by Byron Howard, and Jared Bush, and music scored by Germaine Franco. As far as we know, the sticker resembles the characters in the film, the sticker pack enlivening the users who love anime.
The sticker pack is not limited to regional parts; it’s available in any country’s official Sticker Store. Users who want to snatch this sticker pack can get it from the official WhatsApp Sticker Store.
In addition, WhatsApp recently rolled out a new beta update for Android version 188.8.131.52 through the Google Play Beta Program. Meta-owned instant messaging application has been releasing several new updates for Android and iOS users recently; some had a warm welcome.
In contrast, some updates rolled out with mixed criticism, but WhatsApp unfailingly brought new changes with passion; according to Wabetainfo, the 184.108.40.206 beta update carries some hidden references in the code, which distinctly indicates that the inescapable WhatsApp developers have been working on a new media layout for sending files through the application.
Moreover, WhatsApp may also function on a new feature that allows users to edit their recipients when sending media files to users. It might be beneficial for users who constantly make errors while sending media files to recipients. The new features would also be an excellent implementation for users who inevitably hasten daily.
“Thanks to the 220.127.116.11 beta update, we have discovered that it will be possible to edit the recipients before sending your media,” shared by independent portal Wabetainfo. The new features wouldn’t be available for beta users to test thus far as the central part is currently under construction by the creators. The instant messaging app may roll out the quality at a later date.
Consequently, WhatsApp may perhaps decide to swap how the part would look or snippet it down right in the upcoming days. The new feature would allow users to choose the person to send files to when the sender touches the option to share media. A person who sends the media files can send the documents to multiple users from one chat window without demanding forwarding it numerous times.