Whatsapp to Soon Get ‘Protect IP Address’ – What’s This New Update All About?

According to the reports by WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is launching a new protected IP address in which the users are going to get an added extra layer of security in the call feature by protecting their IP address and location from harmful hackers

The new option, which makes it more difficult for anyone in the call to infer users’ whereabouts by securely relaying across WhatsApp servers, is located in a new section “Advanced” which is located within the privacy settings screen.

So now the question arises how is this feature going to help and what’s new in the update?

Prior to their official release on the Google Play Store, the most recent updates to the messaging service can be tested by users of WhatsApp for Android. The long-awaited and eagerly anticipated Dark Theme option is now available in the most recent Beta.

With this latest feature in WhatsApp, users can immediately record video messages within their chats, to begin this you simply need to open the chat and the video mode. Screen sharing is also the latest feature made available during video calls.

For that, you need to initiate a video call and simply tap the newly introduced “screen share” button to begin. Also, captions and media material are now supported in message editing. With Material 3 menus and switches, the user interface has been updated and Switches and menus in the style of Material 3 have been added to the user interface.

Meanwhile, recently, WhatsApp also launched a Telegram-like channel feature that allows users to follow their favorite celebrities as well as influencers.