Released! The function that allows you to speed up voice messages The WhatsApp It can be used now. Twitter users have posted on their accounts about the ability to adjust the speed of the voices on the instant messaging platform.
The update related to WhatsApp audio is included in the latest version of the application, both for mobile devices (Android and IOS), as well as for computers, laptops and tablets, with the web option.
Since March, news of the job has been released. However, only this week users received the ability to play audio messages at 1x, 1.5x and 2x speeds.
To change the speed of the voice message, it is necessary to click on the play audio icon and another option will appear where the contact picture will appear, showing the Acceleration mode. If you want to change, just click on the icon to change the playback speed.
It is worth noting that the company did not disclose more details about the novelty. However, on social media, users were very excited about the new post.
Nubank issues the Whatsapp debit card payment
Client Nubank It will be able to make payments in the new transfer function of The WhatsApp. Recently, the messaging platform launched a money transfer service with the same ease as sending a file in the chat window.
As users update their messaging app and access new functions, Nubank automatically sends an email and push notifying them of the arrival of news and that a debit card can be registered.
It is important that a fintech customer already has access to the company’s debit card, and if this is not the case, it is possible to request it through the application itself. In addition to this, the digital banking services platform must also be updated. The option for payments through WhatsApp came with a combination of Facebook Pay and Cielo.
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