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There are reports of 138 new emoji being tested on WhatsApp. The latest change has come on the beta version of the WhatsApp Android app. It is worth noting that just a few days ago, WhatsApp rolled out animated stickers for Android and iPhone users. The animated sticker pack will be available alongside the platform’s regular regular sticker pack. The platform aims to provide enhanced communications experience to the users. Emoji and stickers are very important on WhatsApp. It is used to express feelings. In addition, they are also a means of entertainment.

The new emoji introduced on WhatsApp are slightly different from the emoji available for Android users so far. This means that at first glance you will not notice much difference. Keep in mind that this time new color tones have been used in clothes, hairstyles and skin tones.

WhatsApp Beta Tracker WABetaInfo First informed about bringing the new emoji to WhatsApp version beta. However, you can stay in touch with the changes by becoming a part of Google Play’s beta program and downloading the latest version. If you want, you can also download the APK file from APK Mirror. The new emoji has not yet been rolled out to the general users of the WhatsApp Android app.

recent news It was reported that WhatsApp is soon going to introduce a big change in its ‘Mute’ notification feature. The company is soon going to introduce the option of “Mute Always” on its platform, after which you can mute some chats forever. You can use this feature for personal chat as well as group chat. Apart from the mute feature, WhatsApp is also reported to soon add “expiring messages” to the app, which will automatically make the message disappear after a stipulated time of 7 days.

Earlier, WhatsApp introduced animated stickers for Android and iPhone users last month.

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