Not long ago, European Union It has established some guidelines for some companies that wish to continue selling their products or making their apps available in countries that are part of this group.
One of the new issues addressed by the European Union concerns free access to applications to receive messages from third parties. This rule targets companies like ByteDance, Meta, Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft.
Intended to comply with standards published by ITU, Meta Messenger, and WhatsApphas started making some changes to its app in the beta version.
Although the update is not complete yet, it is now possible to see a new tab that will be responsible for allowing interaction with other messaging applications. However, it is necessary to point out that it is currently not possible to perform any interaction.
This is due to the fact that the app is still working on this new feature. The deadline for delivery of this project is March 2024, the date set by the consortium, and these new changes accompany the v188.8.131.52 beta version of the application.
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More about WhatsApp
It is nothing new that WhatsApp has revolutionized the way people communicate and communicate with each other in the modern world. Since its launch in 2009, this messaging app has gained a huge number of users across the world and has become an integral part of modern life.
The presence of WhatsApp in people’s lives is so remarkable that it is difficult to imagine a world without it, especially for him Brazilians.
One of the reasons why WhatsApp has become so essential is its ease of use. It allows people to communicate quickly and efficiently, no matter how far away they are.
The ability to send text messages, make voice and video calls, and share photos, videos, documents, and even location in real time has made WhatsApp a versatile tool for everyday communication.
And now it is about to make another update, in order to provide the best and most complete version of this beloved application.
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