WhatsApp is working on a more sophisticated voice call interface

WhatsApp is working on a more sophisticated voice call interface

Tech Highlights:

  • Functionally, the call screen isn’t changing at all, with all of the buttons and interface elements remaining firmly in place — nobody will have to relearn how to call someone on WhatsApp, don’t worry. The redesign does make the experience feel a little more modern and a bit more cleaned up, though. It switches out the colorful background for a black one, with a rounded gray square in the middle in which you can see your contact’s name/number and profile picture. It looks like the redesign will also dunk the name or number into a bright green color to make clearer that you’re currently connected. The new look is supposed to make group calls less cluttered, too, but we haven’t seen screenshots of that just yet.

  • WhatsApp’s layout has been getting a touch stale, but the messenger has been cleaning up its act. It just introduced a slick waveform preview to the contact detail pages and voice messages, and it released a host of different wallpapers last year that can be changed individually every chat. According to WABetaInfo, the corporation is now working on a new design for phone calls.

Right now, we’ve only got iOS images at our disposal, but WABetaInfo claims that WhatsApp has a similar revamp in the works for Android, so the screenshots we have should be a good indicator as to what we can expect. Since the redesign isn’t available publicly yet, it will likely take a while until you can get your hands on it. Just be sure to keep WhatsApp updated on your phone to get the redesign as soon as possible.

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