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WhatsApp testing 'disappearing message' feature - report

Tuesday 1 October 2019 | 16:02 CET | News
WhatsApp has introduced a new update to the Google Play Beta Program, with a disappearing message feature, WABetaInfo reported. People would be able to make a message disappear automatically from a chat after a certain time interval. The submitted update would be version 2.19.275 but it not known when, or even if, the feature will be rolled out to users.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Google / Telegram
Countries: World
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