The redesigned chat bubbles are more rounded and feature a new green colour. There’s a bit more contrast between dark and light modes.
After the first look at WhatsApp’s implementation on reactions in messages, the company is also working on a redesigned chat bubbles for iOS devices.
According to WABetainfo, this feature is under development and will be released in a future update, reports 9To5Mac.
It is also possible to notice that the new chat bubbles are larger and look a bit more modern. This is part of other tweaks WhatsApp’s been bringing to the app, as larger image and links preview, the report said.
The report mentioned that the reaction feature is also under development and it is still unknown when it is going to be released for all users.
WhatsApp has patched a severe vulnerability that put users’ chats and other sensitive data at the risk of exposure.
The vulnerability was disclosed by security firm Check Point Research in November last year.
WhatsApp patched it three months later, and claims that there is evidence that it had been exploited.
Popular messaging service WhatsApp has patched a severe vulnerability in its app that could have allowed malicious third-parties to access sensitive user data, including your private messages.
The vulnerability was first flagged by security firm Check Point Research, which alerted the Facebook-owned messaging service back in November last year. WhatsApp took three months to patch the security hole, with the roll out of WhatsApp v18.104.22.168 for Android.
WhatsApp claims that there is no evidence that the vulnerability was abused.
What is this vulnerability and how could it expose WhatsApp messages?
The vulnerability, known as “Out-of-Bounds read-write vulnerability”, was discovered by Check Point Research.
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