WhatsApp could shortly launch a feature to let its users to integrate their Facebook account with the instant messaging and voice calling application. While precisely how this will advantage users leftovers to be seen, the description discloses that the integration will “progress Facebook experience.”
The edition 2.12.413 of WhatsApp for Android exposes company’s aim to allow users to link the messaging service with their FB account. The feature shows on the Account settings of the WhatsApp, and asks users whether they want to share their WhatsApp account information with Facebook. From the leaked descriptions, it seems to be an optional selection.
Facebook acquired WhatsApp in 2014. Ever since the acquirement, the social media world has been expected to launch features to compose WhatsApp and Facebook’s marquee services Facebook and Messenger work more impressively, on each other’s feature. But any such integration hasn’t been noticed yet.
Fascinatingly, the same version of the application also has a “hidden” security setting page that offers users with the choice to enable an extra indicator that would notify them whether their chat and call are encrypted. Enabling the feature, however, require a person to have a rooted Android gadget or tablet and run a cluster of commands.