WhatsApp lets you open chats without saving previously unknown contacts in the latest Android beta.

PARIS, April 4 (Benin News/EP) –

WhatsApp has introduced a new feature in the latest beta for Android that gives users the option to start a conversation by tapping on a phone number. without registering it first.

Currently, when users receive an unknown phone number via in-app chatThey can start interacting with it only if they have previously saved it in their address book.

Thus, by tapping on the phone number from WhatsApp, the application redirects to the phone to make a call or provides the possibility to copy it to paste it and save it in the address book.

However, with the new beta update of WhatsApp for Android, 2.22.8.11, Which was launched through Google Play’s beta program, it is now possible to start a conversation without registering a phone number first.

As verified by WABetaInfo, when a user receives an unknown phone number and taps on it, they have a menu with three options: “Chat with”, “Call to” and “Add Two Contacts”.

Thus, the update allows the application itself to determine if the mobile phone has a WhatsApp account and speeds up the process. to start chatting Without refreshing your contact list for the user to save it and be displayed.

For now, this feature is only available for a few beta testers and WhatsApp is planning to roll it out to more users soon.

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