Popular messaging application WhatsApp has rolled out another new update for its Android version the 220.127.116.11 update.
According to WABetainfo, “Web releases include all bug fixes implemented in the previous beta versions submitted to Play Store. It’s like a release candidate, a final beta.”
“If you are a beta tester, you shouldn’t update to 18.104.22.168, because it’s a build reserved to everyone,” it said.
“If you aren’t a beta tester and you would like to know if there is something new in the 22.214.171.124 update, you should visit the Android page,” it said.
Moreover, you can download the latest web release for Android from official WhatsApp website.
On the other hand, WhatsApp recapitulated the argument of whether users’ conversations on the app will remain protected. The platform suggested that there is no way for the end-to-end encryption of conversations to change.
WhatsApp made an official announcement on its Twitter account, “Whatever you share on WhatsApp, stays between you. That’s because your personal messages are protected by end-to-end encryption and that will never change.”
Whatever you share on WhatsApp, stays between you. That’s because your personal messages are protected by end-to-end encryption and that will never change. pic.twitter.com/3Umwq4wTpP
— WhatsApp (@WhatsApp) January 25, 2021
Previously, WhatsApp had made the announcement of delaying its latest business plans until May 2020. It reached out to its users, explaining to them the policy by displaying a series of ‘statuses’ on the messaging platform.