One of the most useful changes introduced by iOS 13 is that you can communicate directly with people from the sharing menu, without having to go through an app. In this way The people we work with the most seem to post the content right away.
Since the introduction of iOS 13, the only Apple Messages app is included here. However, in mid-November we saw how the Telegraph was also integrating the functionality of the app into the most popular conversations we've already seen here. Next? WhatsApp
In the latest version of WhatsApp beta, that at Applesfera we were able to prove, this new feature appears in the sharing menu. You don't have to do anything to make it stand out, in addition to installing the app. Once you are done with opening the sharing menu in any iOS or app segment, the people we talk to most about WhatsApp will appear directly. Clicking on these people will send you the shared content directly, you may have added a description if it was an image or a link for example.
Haptic Tap into conversations
Something else also comes in this new version it is possible to use Haptic Touch / 3D Touch in conversations. Basically, when we click on a dialog and save it for a few minutes, a preview of the dialog icon will appear (worth reading it without marking as read). In addition a series of options to mark a conversation as read, file, silent or delete.
All of these changes unfortunately currently only available in the beta version of WhatsApp. Particularly in version 2.20.10 of the application. Possibly, in the coming weeks and it will reach the official App Store app. These are two basic non-problematic aspects when implemented worldwide. This is, with better management of the teams, some of the most demanding features of users, as well as dark mode, which we haven't had any leads for a few months.