Tech

WhatsApp adds new font FixedSys in its beta build version 2.16.179

WhatsApp adds new font FixedSys in its beta build version 2.16.179

WhatsApp adds new font FixedSys in its beta build version 2.16.179

WhatsApp is becoming all the more enticing as the Facebook owned mobile app is adding new features that make the app all the more enticing for close to a billion its users across the world.

Latest leaks suggest that the WhatsApp is working to add a new font to its iOS and Android app. Some reports suggest that the WhatsApp’s latest update has been spotted in Android beta build. The version of the said build is said to be 2.16.179.

If you want to get the latest update, you can go for it right now. The version 2.16.179 of WhatsApp can be downloaded through Google Play’s beta program. Some people who have already downloaded the latest version have confirmed that it is indeed the part of beta version.

whatsappThe latest update when integrated will allow WhatApp users to use a different font for chatting. The new font is reportedly FixedSys. Reports suggest that FixedSys is actually similar to the one in Windows with the same name. This is the only font option that seems to be available for WhatsApp right now.

WhatsApp has been trying to make the app all the more user friendly and has added a host of features recently. WhatsApp recently added support to share documents like PDFs and Doc files. The best thing about the app is its full encryption. This means that man-in-the-middle attacks are no longer possible on WhatsApp chats, and no third-party can read or listen in to the conversations. Also, WhatsApp is reportedly working on a video-calling feature, which was earlier spotted in an Android beta build, but later taken off. Things are definitely looking exciting for WhatsApp users.

WhatsApp, whatsapp new feature, whatsapp new font, whatsapp fixedSys font, how to use whatsapp FixedSys font, whatsapp video calling, whatsapp text formatiing, whatsapp bol text, facebook, technology, technology news WhatsApp is looking to add a new font to its iOS and Android app, and the feature has been spotted in Android beta build (version 2.16.179).

How to Clean Brass: Brass News Today

More in Tech