WhatsApp, owned by Facebook, always strives to enhance the experience of its worldwide customers. It is currently working on a new FB-like profile cover picture. This brand new feature will enable its users to set covers for their profiles. However, it is currently launched only for business accounts as a trial rollout and is not available for individual users. To use this beta feature, those interested must make a few modifications in the Settings option of their business profile. Apart, WhatsApp is also in the process of introducing a new camera button in the Business Settings. The users can either opt to choose a pre-defined photo or pick a new one as their cover photo. All your business profile visitors can see the cover photo that you have set. This feature is initially tested for use in the iOS beta interface. WhatsApp developers are also working hard to introduce it to Android users in the near future. Since the feature is in the developmental stage as of now, the exact release date is unknown. In addition to that, WhatsApp is also creating a new voice calls interface. Work is in progress for this ambitious project right since December of the last year. This interface is developed concurrently for both iOS and Android Operating Systems. Already, the company has released a remodeled calling interface for its beta testers. Further, WhatsApp is completely innovating in terms of group calls interface design too. Screenshots released indicate that while making a group voice call, the participants’ voice waveforms are also displayed. All these updates are being provided to the Android beta testers now, which might be extended to the public audience after a successful test. WhatsApp’s iOS beta app users can’t avail of this new update now, but might be able to access it very soon.