The popular messaging app WhatsApp, with 1.2 billion users, can get a new useful function. On the page dedicated to the localization application, there is a query with the words Night Mode (night mode).
This is not the night mode that changes the interface of the app to reduce eye strain in the evening hours. In this case, the Night Mode is to improve camera operation and improvement of the quality of the pictures taken in low-light conditions. Also, the function can support video call.
The transfer request was intended for the iPhone. So, most likely, a new feature will appear first on iOS and later will be available on Android.
The camera interface of WhatsApp is quite simple and resembles the interface of other apps. There is no support for filters, but it is possible to use the zoom button to activate the flash and switch off the main camera on the front.
At the end of last month it was reported that WhatsApp will soon be able to transfer files of any format. While that option is at the stage of closed testing. Since its introduction users of iOS and Android will be able to send files of up to 128 and 100 MB, respectively.
At the moment, WhatsApp users can send each other files of several types, in particular, Word documents, PDF and slides.