Whatsapp shifts Navigation bar to the bottom for the Android users

Well, you might have noticed the new change in Whatsapp which was introduced just a few days back- the shift of the Navigation Bar from the top to the bottom. This update is now rolled out for Android users globally.

As per the official post by WhatsApp, this update is done to provide easier access to the users for tabs- Chats, Updates, Communities, and Calls. All the tabs now arrive with their dedicated icons while the color theme of the navigation bar has also been changed to a white one.

Earlier users needed to stretch their thumb at the top to open these tabs but now the tabs have been moved closer to the thumb so that the users can easily access these tabs. Many users have already received this update and if not then they can head to Google Play Store and install the latest update to get this redesigned navigation bar on their devices.

WhatsApp always tries to redesign its features or introduce new functions to make the user experience super easy and more fun. Recently users were allowed to create their channels on WhatsApp while new features were also introduced for channels like sending voice notes, conducting polls, and more.

Stay tuned with us to get all the latest updates.




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