WhatsApp is the most popular instant messaging app on Android and iOS. Owned by Facebook now, WhatsApp appeared on iOS for the first time but moved to Android, too, later on. Currently, WhatsApp is not only trendy, but it is also a useful chatting application. Now, WhatsApp 2.19.249 Beta rolled out with performance and stability improvements.
WhatsApp is a free instant messaging app on both Android and iOS. Using WhatsApp is a common thing nowadays. Almost every Android and iOS users heard of it, and more than 1,5 billion people use WhatsApp daily. The most popular feature is sending messages, but video calling and voice calling are also trendy.
Also, WhatsApp allows us to share images, videos, and some type of documents, instantly, and also to send voice messages. More recently, WhatsApp added group chats, and the functionality quickly became a hit among users. Besides, WhatsApp requires no usernames or passwords, and the sign-up process is entirely using only a user’s phone number.
Sharing your live location, sending contact information, customizing your chats with various wallpapers and colors, as well as sharing your statuses with your WhatsApp contacts, are other popular features that WhatsApp sports.
WhatsApp 2.19.249 Beta launched with performance and stability improvements
Many WhatsApp updates bring new features or improve the already-existing ones, but that’s not always the case. Facebook launched the latest WhatsApp 2.19.249 Beta version with only some under the hood changes.
While there are no visuals enhancements or new functions in WhatsApp 2.19.249 Beta, the latest WhatsApp Beta update comes with a series of performance and stability improvements.
To try out WhatsApp 2.19.249 Beta, you can join the WhatsApp Beta program and become a Beta tester. However, you can immediately install WhatsApp 2.19.249 Beta via its APK file. Note that this is an update for WhatsApp Beta, so it might still present some issues. If you want a 100 percent stable WhatsApp version, remain on the one already installed on your device or wait for the next stable release.