- WhatsApp has released a web update for Android which will fix all bugs implemented in the previous beta versions
- WhatsApp recommends users to update to the new version if they are were not beta testers
- Those who are beta testers shouldn’t update to 220.127.116.11 because it’s a build reserved to everyone, WhatsApp says
Facebook-owned WhatsApp has released a web update for Android — version 18.104.22.168 — that includes all bug fixes implemented in the previous beta versions, submitted to the Play Store.
“It’s like a release candidate, a final beta,” said WABetainfo.
The platform said that it recommended WhatsApp users to update to the new version if they are were not beta testers.
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“If you are a beta tester, you shouldn’t update to 22.214.171.124, because it’s a build reserved to everyone,” it said.
Moreover, in case, a user is a beta tester and wants to know if there is something new in the web update, they can visit the Android page.
People can download the latest web release for Android by visiting the official WhatsApp website.
“This version won’t be sent to the Play Store,” it said.
Note: If a feature was released out for a previous beta version, it’s not sure that the 126.96.36.199 update already contains it, being available for everyone.