WhatsApp beta gets new fonts for text editor

WhatsApp beta gets new fonts for text editor
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While more Europeians are receiving the community feature and learning to use the new feature, WhatsApp continues to test a series of important improvements in its beta version.

In the last week, the people of WABetaInfo discovered that soon the messenger should get a makeover in the text editor. Today, after updating to version, it was possible to discover the name of the new fonts that should appear to users.

Check out:

Calistoga, Courier Prime, Damion, Exo 2 and Morning Breeze.

Image/Playback: WABetaInfo.

The new fonts should only be applied to Status updates in text or when posting photos or GIFS, for example. With this, the font used in the messages will remain the default of the smartphone.

For now, the novelty is being tested with a small group of users within the beta channel, but soon it will be able to be used by the entire base of messenger testers.

It should be remembered that WhatsApp has also developed other interesting improvements. An example of this is the possibility of sharing photos without any compression.

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