The social media giant Facebook owned the popular and most used instant messaging application WhatsApp has just introduced an amazing and extraordinary new feature that will allow its users simply to use the feature which is known as PiP just on the go.
WhatsApp Messenger Just Got An Extraordinary New Feature
The messaging app giant WhatsApp, with 350 million active users, is one of the most popular messenger apps worldwide. As it is the preeminent application in the instant messaging segment and not only that even the instant messaging application WhatsApp is steadily being updated to be with the trends and demands of the users.
From past few months, we have seen some of the new and amazing features introduced by the WhatsApp. Over the last few weeks, we have introduced some of WhatsApp’s new features and even a few tips to get the most out of this fantastic communications platform.
However, according to the latest leaks now the instant messaging application WhatsApp will support an extra ordinary feature which will be known as “Picture-in-Picture (PiP)” on both iOS and Android.
According to some rumors, support for Picture-in-Picture (PiP) should arrive in the next version of the application. According to a tweet from the WABetaInfo channel, PiP support on iOS will allow you to watch YouTube videos in a smaller window without leaving the application.
For Android-powered devices, support for PiP will ensure better support for video calls, which are increasingly popular on this platform.
WhatsApp beta for Android 2.17.265: as announced, WhatsApp now supports PiP for video calls on Android O (8.0)!
Enabled by default! pic.twitter.com/bJqx8wykDw
— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) July 19, 2017
Moreover, for the devices with Android Operating System, the information indicates that this new extraordinary feature will only arrive with Android O (but you can already try out this new extraordinary feature if you have the Android ‘O’ Developer Preview). The version of the instant messaging application for Android that supports this feature is now available to developers only.
But, later the social media giant Facebook owned the popular and most used instant messaging application WhatsApp will soon roll out this new extraordinary feature to its all users.
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