WhatsApp ‘voice notes on status’ is Now Available for iOS Users

by March 16, 2023 0 comments

Last month, WhatsApp gave Android users the option to share voice notes on status. Users can now record audio notes and share them with other WhatsApp users.

The instant messaging service, which is owned by Meta, is finally making the new feature accessible to iOS users with the most recent app update. With the release of WhatsApp version 23.5.77 for iOS, the “Voice Status” function is now available. Users can record a voice note and share it with contacts using the tool.

To get the new update, go to Application Store and update the WhatsApp application, then, at that point, follow the means:

  • Go to the “Status” tab situated at the lower part of the screen.
  • Tap the pencil-shaped floating button in the bottom right corner of the screen.
  • To get started recording a voice message, tap the icon for the microphone.
  • Start recording your message by holding down the microphone icon. Recording time is limited to 30 seconds.
  • When you have finished recording your message, release the microphone icon.
  • To share your recording as a status update, tap the send icon after listening to and reviewing it.

The Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode is still being offered to iOS users, according to WhatsApp’s changelog for the App Store. During a WhatsApp video call, iOS users will be able to perform multiple tasks without having to pause the video.

To empower PiP mode, make a beeline for your iPhone’s Settings application, then tap on Broad and Picture in Picture, and flip the ‘Start PiP Consequently’ switch to green. Your iPhone will be able to use WhatsApp’s PiP mode once it is enabled. In the meantime, Android users already have access to the feature.

Moreover, WhatsApp is working on additional features that will be included in subsequent app updates. Split view on Android tablets, the Windows call link feature, the ability to schedule group calls, control group participants for iOS and Android, and more are among the forthcoming features.

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