Picture-in-picture mode for video calls is apparently being made available to all iOS users by the Meta-owned messaging service WhatsApp. Users can now multitask during a WhatsApp call without their video pausing thanks to this functionality in the new update.
The new update also adds the ability to attach a caption to the documents and longer group subjects and descriptions to make it simpler to describe the groups in addition to the picture-in-picture mode.
On the stable version of the iOS app, picture-in-picture mode for WhatsApp calls has been broadly made available to everyone. According to the media reports, users must update the app from the App Store to see if the functionality has already been activated for their WhatsApp account.
Picture-in-picture mode for video calls on iOS beta was said to have been rolled out on the messaging platform in December of last year.
The iOS beta version of WhatsApp apparently received a new feature last week that will let users exchange up to 100 media files within chats, up from the previous limit of just 30.
Users will finally be able to share whole albums with one another thanks to this feature, which will make it simpler to share moments and memories.
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