WhatsApp For iOS: Picture-In-Picture Update To Arrive Soon

It’s been reported repeatedly that WhatsApp is working on a feature that will be released soon. A feature called Picture-In-Picture mode is WhatsApp’s new focus for its users to make their video calling experience pure multitasking. Presently, people are engaging in voice calls and video conferences for long hours on a daily basis. While being busy on video calls they cannot access other applications as conveniently as they want. So, to rectify their problem Picture-In-Picture mode is being introduced, it will allow muli-tasking during video calls on a different level.

Picture In Picture Mode In WhatsApp Very Soon

Picture In Picture Mode To Introduce In WhatsApp

As per the recent study by WaBetaInfo, “the feature has started rolling out to some beta testers and is expected to be released to more users over the coming days. For those unaware,”

WaBetaInfo is a dedicated platform which tracks and researches new upcoming updates and features of WhatsApp.

So, as per the reports, a few users who have got WhatsApp beta for iOS update on their devices can now use picture-in-picture mode for video calls.

These reports also show screenshots of new features in use, that shows now users can multitask during calls on different levels. “t adds that the feature is currently working on at least iOS 16.1 and later so it may be one of the features supported by the update that brings the official support for iOS 16.”

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“The Meta-owned instant messaging platform has started to test its disappearing messages shortcut button. The company has reportedly introduced the feature for some of its Android beta testers. WhatsApp was working on redesigning its latest disappearing messages section in WhatsApp beta for the Android update. The feature has eased off to mark both new and old chats as disappearing threads. Moreover, the update for the disappearing messages section is available for more testers. Interestingly, the messaging app is launching an additional entry point for its disappearing messages feature.” mentioned livemint.

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