What is WhatsApp Beta (UWP), Universal Windows Platform app

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If you are bored of using the conventional WhatsApp web, then we got cheerful news for you!

Lately, tipster Aggiornamenti Lumia leaked an image of how the new WhatsApp Beta UWP app will look like.

One of the most awaited UWP apps, which is way better than the conventional Web WhatsApp. But the app has been designed in such a way that it is quite similar to that of Web WhatsApp; so, users don’t face any challenges in using the Whatsapp Beta UWP app.

WhatsApp Beta UWP
Image Source: Aggiornamenti Lumia

Above is a screenshot of the new WhatsApp app for Windows offered by Aggiornamenti Lumia that leaks several Windows apps and features even before the official announcement.

The newer version of WhatsApp is built with the help of the Universal Windows Platform (UWP), which is way much faster than the current version of WhatsApp built on the Electron framework.

Moreover, the apps include a new drawing feature where users can scribble or draw on the screen, which later is sent as a form of an image.

The new version of WhatsApp for Windows includes some of the design touches of Windows 11. Basically, the app gives a slightly shinny-like interface, thanks to the mica material of Windows 11. It seems like the designing part of WhatsApp UWP was done while keeping in mind the look and feel of the newer version of Windows.

Additionally, the app also includes privacy settings similar to the mobile app; manage who can see your last seen, see your profile picture, notifications of the chats, manage WhatsApp storage space that includes auto-download photos, videos, and documents when you are connected to a Wi-Fi.

Meanwhile, if you want to try the new WhatsApp Desktop, you can click on this link shared by a Twitter user named WindowsBlogItalia.

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