September 30, 2022

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Photo editing within WhatsApp is gaining new tools

Today, the most popular messaging app has released a new package of tweaks. this time The WhatsApp I decided to come up with the photo editing tool in its beta version (focusing on testing). The news was confirmed and revealed by the WABetaInfo website.

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As with other recent updates, it seems once again that WhatsApp is ready to listen to its users. One of the novelties promises to bring more usability of the feature within the messenger, as it will be possible to blur the elements.

WhatsApp updates photo editing feature and allows blur

Alternate testers have reported that the app now allows distortion of image elements. This novelty is very much in demand and expected, as it makes it possible to keep some information contained in the media secret. In this way, license plates, faces, secret numbers, passwords and many other data can be deleted.

The news, however, does not stop there. According to WABetaInfo, users will have new brushes available for photo editing. Thus, it will be possible to allow creativity to rush when drawing on the file.

When will the new editing feature be released

There is no specific date for the application of the novelty in the official version of the application. However, after a new feature publicly enters the testing phase, it should soon reach all WhatsApp users.

For some time now, the platform has been releasing mods for its media files and related tools. The internal imaging feature itself received updates in the beta version, as well as several modifications to the audio receivers and transmitters.

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The most interesting thing is that most of these innovations follow the suggestions made by the community. More than that, there is a demand to improve the image and image features within the messenger. After all, the smartphone’s native camera app remains the most used, even in WhatsApp chats.