WhatsApp? Plenty. Just the other day we told you that the messaging app was working on a couple of useful features on the beta version of its Android app. Recall allows you to have a sent message returned to you unread, as long as you make the request for the message's return before it was opened. So if you called your boss a greedy little worm in a WhatsApp missive, and then find out that he is about to give you a raise, you can take back your message as long as your boss hasn't read it yet.
Another feature being prepped is called Edit. Similar to Recall, this will allow you to make some changes to a sent post as long as it is unread. Remember the message you sent to your boss calling him a greedy little worm? Instead of asking for the message back, you can change it so that the boss becomes a generous, hardworking leader.
While those two features were caught on the Android Beta, this morning we have information about a rumored new WhatsApp feature found on both the Android and iOS Beta (version 2.16.399 and version 126.96.36.199 respectively) of the messaging app. Called Live Location Tracking, this feature allows you to track the whereabouts of your group members in real time. The tracking can be kept on for 1 minute, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, or indefinitely. This comes in handy if you're supposed to meet the gang at a certain location and time, and you want to see how far away from the destination every one in the group is. The live streaming can also be disabled so that your group members can't learn where you are at any given moment.
The Live Location Tracking is disabled by default, which means that WhatsApp needs to activate it when it is ready to be launched.