If we talk about leading applications in instant messaging than WhatsApp stands out amongst all. The reason why lots of people love to use WhatsApp and find addictive is that the app is constantly being updated to be with the trends and demands of the users.

Well, from past few months, we have seen some of the new features introduced by the WhatsApp. We have compiled a post, in which we have discussed the 5 new best features that were added in the latest version of WhatsApp.

There are several features under tests in beta mode, here in this article, we are going to describe 5 features that were spotted in beta and are most likely to be introduced in the next version of WhatsApp.
YouTube Videos Will Play Directly In WhatsApp

The iOS beta version of WhatsApp had added a feature of YouTube integration. The new feature let users view YouTube videos without the need to leave or open the YouTube app. The feature is not been seen in an Android version, but we believe that WhatsApp will soon roll out the feature for Android users.

Money Transactions

UPI or you can say Unified Payment Interface is another most anticipated feature that could reach millions of WhatsApp users in India. This UPI based money transaction feature will let users transfer money without any hassle.

Message Recall Feature

This feature was first spotted in December 2016 on iOS (Beta version). However, the feature is yet to arrive. Users will get a five-minute window to reverse the sent messages. Users can recall text messages, images, videos, GIFs, and even status replies.

Live Location Sharing

The live location feature will allow users to share their live location with their contacts. Well, this feature is very useful in terms of security because it will allow your contacts to track your location in real-time.

Edit ‘sent’ messages

This is another most anticipated feature that is expected to roll out soon. This is much similar to ‘recall’ functionality. However, this will let users edit sent messages. Users need to edit the messages before the receiver reads it.