WhatsApp reveals a redesigned voice call interface, Check details here

According to WABetaInfo, this version 22.5.0.70 has a new interface for placing voice calls. This redesign is currently being rolled out to a small group of beta testers.

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In an effort to improve the user experience of its platforms for its large global user base, the instant messaging app WhatsApp has unveiled its latest feature, which is a change to its voice call interface. According to WABetaInfo, this version 22.5.0.70 has a new interface for placing voice calls. This redesign is currently being rolled out to a small group of beta testers.

Furthermore, WhatsApp is improving its group call interface, and the app recently added visible waveforms for audio messages. It is now planning to add real-time voice waveforms to calls as well, allowing the caller to know who is talking and who should not leave their microphone on.

WABetaInfo explained how the latest update works, saying, “WhatsApp is enabling a new interface while placing voice calls! In the WhatsApp beta for Android 2.22.5.4 update, a new interface for placing voice calls was enabled, but the feature was not yet ready to be rolled out to iOS beta testers. WhatsApp released a compatible update a few hours ago, bringing the feature to select iOS beta testers!” According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is adding wallpapers to voice calls because they are currently not editable.

“When you’re in a group call, WhatsApp has redesigned the interface. When you make a simple voice call, a similar redesign is available, as announced in a previous article when the feature was in development. People can also see real-time voice waveforms if the new interface is enabled. Additionally, the redesign includes a wallpaper voice call that cannot be edited at the moment,” it added.