Once more, WhatsApp intends to emulate one of the most impressive features of Telegram.

WhatsApp is inspired by Telegram to include a novelty demanded by users: you can finally send video messages.

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WhatsApp returns to Telegram to integrate a new function into its messaging service

One more week, WhatsApp, the most popular instant messaging application today, has not stopped improving its platform with new features such as the inclusion of anchored messages in chats, the complete renewal of its desktop app or the improvement of groups giving greater control to their administrators.

Well, now, WhatsApp has turned to its great rival, Telegram, and is working to update its application with one of the features we’ve been waiting for the longest: video messages.

Video messages are coming to WhatsApp very soon

Thanks to the latest update of the version of WhatsApp for iOS sent through the TestFlight beta program, whose build number is, the guys from the specialized medium WABetaInfo have discovered that the app owned by Meta is working on the possibility of include video messages in a future update.

As you can see in the screenshot that we leave you below these lines, WhatsApp video messages would be very similar to those of Telegram and thanks to this new feature, in addition to sending voice notes, WhatsApp users will also be able to record and send short videos up to 60 seconds long to your contacts simply by pressing the camera button that is located in the lower bar of the application.

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This is what WhatsApp video messages will look like

In addition, from WABetaInfo they confirm that video messages will be end-to-end encryptedwhich means that no one, not even WhatsApp or Meta, will be able to access the video messages that you send to your contacts and that it will not be possible to forward a video message to a different contact to safeguard the privacy of conversations.

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The option to send video messages is a functionality that is still in developmentso we will still have to wait to try it with our friends and family.

In any case, if you want to try both this function and other future ones before the rest, we recommend that you sign up for the WhatsApp Beta program for Android as soon as possible.

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