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With WhatsApp all new ‘Night Mode’ feature click pictures in low-light

With WhatsApp all new ‘Night Mode’ feature click pictures in low-light

Popular messaging app WhatsApp will now let’s its users to click picture with low-light conditions.  With the introduction of a new feature the 'Night Mode' for its in-app camera, the popular giant will now allow the users to click better images in low light. The feature marked by Phoneradar, turn up as part of the newest update for iOS users.

The all new Night Mode in WhatsApp can be made active with a small 'half-moon' icon positioned on top-right corner of the in-app camera. The users have to tap the icon and the image then lighten up as it shoots up the ISO level for a little brighter image while shooting in low light condition. It is also likely to switch between the rear and front-facing cameras and zoom in/out. To added brighten the image, you can also use the smartphone's LED flash.

However, to get this, the Android users have to wait a bit. However, it is assumed that it might be probable that the mode could go in the beta version first followed by a broad rollout.

Also, very recently, WhatsApp came up with three new features - Album, Filters and Reply shortcut for mobile users. The Album feature lets users to put in order their images. When the users will send or obtain a compilation of five or more photos/ videos, they'll mechanically be grouped jointly as an album, making a tile display within the messages. Tapping on an album lets users to see the included photos and videos in full-screen.

Functionality wise the features will allow the users put in filters to their photos, videos and GIFs, directly from the app's camera. All that the user needs to do is click a picture (or choose one already saved on their smartphone) and steal up to pick a filter.

However, the reply shortcut is intended to build it easier for the users to send reply to WhatsApp messages. All they need to do is swipe right on any message and start creating the reply.


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