WhatsApp May Bring Picture-In-Picture Mode For Video Calls Soon. Know Everything


WhatsApp is rolling out a picture-in-picture (PiP) mode for video calling for some lucky Apple iPhone users. According to WABetaInfo, users who have downloaded the latest his WhatsApp beta for iOS version update from the TestFlight app are likely to get his PiP mode for WhatsApp video calls.

Picture-in-Picture or PiP is a feature that allows users to make a video call and interact with other apps on their phone at the same time. This feature has been available for Android smartphone users for some time. A screenshot shared by WhatsApp tracker WABetaInfo shows how users can test new features if they get the update. The WABetaInfo report also adds that the new update uses official iOS APIs, so users can also temporarily hide the video call view if desired. Picture-in-picture mode will be rolled out to more users soon.

Also read: WhatsApp officially rolls out the Message Yourself feature.know how to use

Last week, WhatsApp launched a new feature called Message Yourself. According to the Meta-owned company, Messages is a one-on-one chat feature that lets you send notes, reminders, and updates as needed. A user can track to-dos, send notes, reminders, shopping lists, etc. on his WhatsApp.

The company also plans to roll out a screen lock feature for the WhatsApp web client soon. WhatsApp is testing a new feature that will allow users to set a password to protect their desktop app. Three years ago, WhatsApp released a screen lock feature in WhatsApp Beta for Android and iOS. This feature essentially allows users of iOS and Android devices to add a layer of security to his WhatsApp, protecting access to the app from unauthorized access when the device is not in use.

WhatsApp, owned by Meta, is the world’s most popular messaging platform, with over 2 billion users worldwide.