WhatsApp has a “secret camera” that few people know about: here's how to activate it on your mobile phone

This is a trick that few people know but that will save you time. Did you know that the WhatsApp instant messaging app has a secret camera that you can unlock? Thanks to it, you can send photos in seconds. One thing is certain: you will amaze your friends with this ingenious technique!

There is a tool that many ignore but that can save you a lot of time: WhatsApp’s secret camera. Do you want to activate it? We give you all the steps to follow to send a photo to your correspondent in no time!

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The first thing to do is to update the latest version of WhatsApp on your mobile phone.

To download the Whatsapp application on iPhone smartphones you will have to use the App Store, while for Android smartphones you will have to use Google Play.

If you already have the app installed on your phone , here are the steps to follow:

  • Long press the WhatsApp icon for about 1 second
  • At this time, you will see that a new menu will be displayed
  • The camera symbol will appear on it
  • This is the famous WhatsApp secret camera that will allow you to take photos otos or to record videos.
  • It is the perfect tool to then publish Stories on your WhatsApp account
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    List of WhatsApp emojis – Source: spm

    What does the black circle emoji mean in whatsapp?

    According to the Emojipedia portal, the emoji is part of Unicode 4.1 in 2005 and is known as the “Medium Black Circle”.

    It was also added to WhatsApp via Emoji 1.0 in 2015.

    The black circle refers to a hole.

    It can also mean that you are at a loss for words if someone has said something to you shocking or sad.

    In some cases it is used to illustrate a total lunar eclipse.

    It can also express a feeling of mourning, in addition to referring ence to mystery or violence.

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