We mean instant messaging app with more than 5 billion users around the world The WhatsAppNot only does it serve news for Apple mobile phones with Android and iOS, but also in the web version for desktop or laptop. As you remember, one of the last functions that the green application added to WhatsApp Desktop was the basic design tools, which will allow you to edit your favorite photos without relying on the smartphone; However, today it was learned that a new option will arrive to convert any photo into a poster.
All the users of the above-mentioned application affiliated with Facebook have waited a long time to get the basic design tools in it WhatsApp Web And the desktop, because today it has become a reality, because you can crop an image, put stickers, emojis, text and draw anything you can think of with a pencil, all from a PC or laptop.
at this opportunity, WabetaInfo He clarified that WhatsApp was developing a new button that would be located next to the “Delete Once” icon, the latter appearing when you want to send a photo or video to any of your contacts. They called the new function “Send a picture as a sticker”, and you’ll get to know it mainly by having the stickers icon.
Since the tool is in the development stage, it is not available to beta testers and even less so in the official version. It is important to clarify that the option will be very useful when you want to create a poster instantly and without delay by installing third-party applications. WabetaInfo It is estimated that the future update will reach users of the beta version of Android and iOS.
Do you have a problem with The WhatsApp? Do you need to report it? If you have any kind of problem, write to their contact email: [email protected] or [email protected] You can also place the same order from your iPhone through the iOS exclusive service.
Now, if you need to make a general query, you can fill out the form using this link. There you just need to put your phone number, as well as your area code, then write your message after making your identification.
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