WhatsApp adds new font: Here’s how to use it
WhatsApp is hoping to add another textual style to its iOS and Android application, and the component has been seen in Android beta form (rendition 2.16.179). The new WhatsApp rendition is accessible by means of Google Play’s beta project, and the element has additionally been spotted by iOS beta clients.
Clients of WhatsApp will now have the capacity to utilize an alternate text style for talking. The textual style – FixedSys – is like the one in Windows with the same name. This is the main text style choice that is by all accounts accessible for WhatsApp at this moment. The new textual style, be that as it may, isn’t exceptionally pragmatic to utilize. Along these lines, everything that clients need to sort in FixedSys needs to go inside three backquote images, both at the beginning and toward the end of a sentence or a word.
For instance, to sort The Indian Express in FixedSys textual style, you should put The Indian Express between “‘. Along these lines, writing “‘The Indian Express”‘ will change its textual style to FixedSys, which makes it somewhat hard to utilize often. Likewise, the textual style can’t be clubbed with other content configurations like intense, italics or strikethrough.
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WhatsApp as of late included a large group of new components to make its stage both helpful and fun. It took off quote message highlight which permits clients to quote particular messages or media and answer to them. Facebook-possessed WhatsApp is allegedly hoping to add GIF backing to its iOS application.
WhatsApp, which added backing to share archives like PDFs and Doc records; is presently completely encoded. This implies man-in-the-center assaults are no more conceivable on WhatsApp talks, and no outsider can read or listen into the discussions. Likewise, WhatsApp is purportedly chipping away at a video-calling highlight, which was prior seen in an Android beta form, however later taken off.