Now picture-in-picture feature is also available on WhatsApp video calls, users will get the best experience

Meta’s messaging app WhatsApp has introduced a new update for its users. This will allow iPhone users to multitask on their phones during video calls. WhatsApp will pause the video stream for iOS users when the app is minimized or they switch to another app.

Now, iPhone users will see a floating picture-in-picture (PiP) window with a minimized version of the window, allowing them to access other apps while on a video call.

Now picture-in-picture feature is also available on WhatsApp video calls, users will get the best experience
Now picture-in-picture feature is also available on WhatsApp video calls, users will get the best experience

PiP feature on WhatsApp iOS

The popular messaging app announced that it is adding support for the PiP feature on iOS through the latest stable version. The changelog states that with support for iOS Picture in Picture (PiP), you can now multitask without pausing your video during a WhatsApp call.

When did the facility come for the first time?

Apple added support for PiP mode in 2020 with the release of iOS 14, while Google introduced it in 2017 with the rollout of Android 8. Let us know that the company has also added the option of updating the caption while sending the document on WhatsApp for iOS.

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Now picture-in-picture feature is also available on WhatsApp video calls, users will get the best experience
Now picture-in-picture feature is also available on WhatsApp video calls, users will get the best experience

These features are available

After updating to the latest version of WhatsApp, iOS users will be able to enter longer subjects and descriptions for group chats. The company rolled out these improvements to the Android version of the app earlier this week. Apart from this, now you can share 100 images or videos at a time, but it has not been introduced in iOS.

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WhatsApp also states that users can create avatars in the form of stickers and their profile photos, although the company first introduced 36 custom stickers based on user-generated avatars in December.

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