WhatsApp will soon allow users to play voice messages at Variable Speed

WhatsApp has endured misunderstood privacy policies over the past few weeks to convince users to support the privacy policy so they can continue to use the messaging app. Though the company has not compromised its policy, WhatsApp launches new features in order to reward customers. Whereas it may enable the company to win people's trust, WhatsApp initially enhanced desktop users' voice and video features and will now be able to play voice messages at different rates.


Noone else but WABeta's information, whose leaks are always right, announced this news. It has revealed that the company is currently testing the ability to play voicemail messages at different speeds.

WABeta announced this on Twitter: "The feature is being developed and available for iOS and Android in a future update."

Voice Messages at Variable Speeds

This latest feature appears to hit users in the next update and Android users are the first to receive it followed by iOS users. Although WhatsApp is usually the model for another messaging app to follow, Telegram has already unexpectedly started this function in 2018, allowing users to play voice messages at a rate of 2x. Although it's clear that WhatsApp would copy this feature from its rival, the time tells how it would operate on its platform differently.

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