Here’s How You Can Get The Latest WhatsApp Features Before Others

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Whatsapp has reportedly started testing out its UPI-based payment system in India. The new feature, available for select WhatsApp beta users on iOS and Android, enables users to send and receive money using the Indian government’s Unified Payments Interface (UPI) standard.

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The WhatsApp Payments feature, first spotted by GizmoTimes, is presently available to select users of the beta app in India.

The Facebook-owned messaging app is one of the most widely used ones in the world.

However, many apps have come forward with more features and are giving the monopolistic WhatsApp a stiff competition.

Needless to say, WhatsApp keeps coming with new updates to better its platforms. However, a lot of these updates take time to be received by users at large. While some of them stay hidden and are found later by some curious minds, others are directly visible as soon as you open them.

There is no reason why you should be left out of these new and exciting updates. A number of users get a hold of these updates and flaunt it on social media.

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However, they don’t have a secret access to WhatsApp that you don’t. They are simply the beta tester. It is simple to become one. You can become a beta tester too.

This requires no rooting of the handset or even manual downloading and installing of any. apk file. WhatsApp has given an official route to becoming a beta member.

Here’s what you have to do.

You have to open the WhatsApp beta test page on any of the browsers. You can visit the link – and simply log in to your Google account that is linked to your Android device.

If you are signed in from multiple accounts, you can click on the account icon on the top right corner and choose the preferred account.

Once done, click on the option that says “Become A Tester”. That is all. You are now a beta tester.

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After you become a beta tester, you will get an update from WhatsApp automatically. It is also possible to visit the app’s listing page on Google Play and download it from there.

It is also easy to leave the beta testing programme. For that, you would need to uninstall the beta app version and simply install the public version from Google Play.

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