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WhatsApp's new Android beta version reveals a redesigned settings menu: Report Technology News, Firstpost



Are you ever looking forward to what's next on WhatsApp? We know, we are!

And fortunately, this week keeps up with the whatsapp for Android users.

According to WABetaInfo which is a popular beta tester for the messenger, WhatsApp's latest beta version for Android, which is v2.1

9.4, shows a redesigned settings menu for the app.

It's been a change to the WhatsApp UI per se. This purported redesign comes with changes to all the Sessions in the Settings app.

Looking at the screenshots shared by the beta testers, under the Account Settings, all options like the Privacy, Security, Two-step verification, etc., now have a dedicated icon next to them.

 WhatsApp says it's amy cease to exist in India if new regulations kicks in. Image: Reuters

WhatsApp may soon receive a slight redesign to its UI. Image: Reuters

Similar icons too.

Similar icons have been added

 WhatsApp's Settings menu may be redesigned in the next update for Android. Image: WABetaInfo

WhatsApp's Settings menu may be redesigned in the next update for Android. Image: WABetaInfo

What's interesting about the redesign is the Network usage app, which in the screenshots looks more comprehensible. Further, the section wants to be divided into categories like Calls, Media, Google Drive, Messages and Status, each of

Finally, the redesigned UI exchanged, the number of photos, videos and GIFs exchanged, the number of times you shared locations among the members in a group. There is a similar option for individual chats as well.

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