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WhatsApp Beta Now Underpins Picture-In-Picture Video Calling
WhatsApp could be at long last taking off picture-in-picture mode for video calling on its Android application. This feature is right now accessible for WhatsApp beta users on the most recent version of the application.
This feature basically enables users to continue the video call on a small window while keep using the application. Beforehand, if a user would return from the video calling screen camera access would be killed.
In case you’re not a beta user, you can end up one by selecting yourself into the program following this link. The procedure will take just a couple of minutes and you’ll turn into a beta tester for Android.
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With the feature accessible for WhatsApp beta users it shouldn’t be long till it takes off for the steady form of the application.
WhatsApp’s picture-in-picture mode accompanies another usefulness which is additionally accessible for iOS users. It enables users to watch YouTube videos in the chat box. On the off chance that a YouTube video is shared on WhatsApp it can be viewed without leaving the application. WhatsApp revealed this highlights for its iOS application a year ago in September.