WhatsApp Messenger 2.19.120 Beta Now Available

WhatsApp Beta program has been quite active in these past days, which can only mean great news for the new stable WhatsApp build. The Facebook Developer Conference begins tomorrow, April 30, and lasts until May 1, which could be one of the reasons we keep on seeing more improvements and features added to the popular messaging app. At the event also known as F8, the developers will show their plans for WhatsApp, just like they did last year when they presented their work which focused on group calls and stickers.

WhatsApp 2.19.120 Beta – Getting Ready for F8?

The 2.19.120 beta version was just aired today, and it’s about 33.62 MB big. However, the guys at WABetaInfo haven’t written anything about it yet, except for informing the beta users on Twitter to always back up the chat history before updating the app:

When there is a new WhatsApp update for iOS or Android, you should always back up your chat history before updating WhatsApp. An update might contain critical bugs that force you to uninstall WhatsApp: if you backed up the chat history, you’ve no need to worry.

In a fresh update, they also explained that there is no “nudge” feature in this update:

As for the Facebook Conference, they mentioned that among other news from the developers, we will see the features that are still not yet (or not fully added) in the beta version:

What we expect from the Facebook conference this year? Calls from WhatsApp Web, Animated Stickers, Dark Mode, Group Privacy Settings and good news about Windows Phone support and Payments!

However, the developers could also talk about the new UI (also dubbed “Vacation Mode”), and many other new features that haven’t been added yet.

Check back here for more news about WhatsApp, which should be available as soon as F8 starts unveiling more about the plans devs have for this app!

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