Facebook’s texting application, WhatsApp as of late conveyed the capacity to play YouTube recordings inside the application as the part of the beta form. Presently, another beta form on Android has flown up showing another video-related feature. The feature which brings Picture-in-Picture mode or PiP mode to video calls is once again found by WABeta Info site.
WhatsApp version will be v2.17.265-
“WhatsApp Beta for Android v2.17.265 as reported, WhatsApp new update supports PiP for video calls Android O (8.0)! Default enabled!” As tweeted by the WABeta Info site alongside a picture indicating the feature in real life. The point is to give clients a chance to minimize a video call and peruse through different chats while video calling with another person.
It stays unclear whether the feature works with group discussions or when the application is closed. Nevertheless, since the feature is available in beta, it might soon hit the purchaser form too.
As of late, it was noticed that WhatsApp is additionally trying YouTube coordination in its application. The feature would give you a chance to see YouTube videos without leaving the application. Such as of now if you tap on a YouTube video link, it drives you to open the YouTube app independently. On the iOS beta application version, the feature is being tested.
This feature is said to be covered up in the WhatsApp new update for iOS version 2.17.40. It enables clients to playback YouTube video links in a picture-in-picture mode. The moving window can be resized utilizing touch to zoom signal. There will likewise be an alternative to open the video in full-screen mode and hide the chat window by docking the video on the size of the visit.
The report, nevertheless, states that clients won’t have the capacity to keep viewing the video once they leave the application, or the specific chat so far as that is concerned. The PiP video calling feature can only be supported on iPhone 6 or above models. However, there is no official news from the company regarding when this feature will hit Android or Windows Phone versions of WhatsApp.
Recently WhatsApp has added many features such as the support of sharing file formats and some of the new Emojis to add the little fun in the chat. The stable version update will also be supposed to roll out soon and is expected to release in the next upcoming months. It would highly improve the efficiency of Whatsapp users.