WhatsApp’s iOS Update Brings Picture-in-Picture Video Calls

WhatsApp has released a new iOS update that allows users to make picture-in-picture video calls. This feature allows users to continue their video call while browsing other apps or browsing the web, making it easier to multitask while on a call.

This new feature is part of a series of updates that WhatsApp has been rolling out in recent months to improve the app’s functionality and user experience. The new update also includes bug fixes and improvements to the app’s stability.

To use the new picture-in-picture feature, simply start a video call in WhatsApp and then swipe up to minimize the call. You can then continue to use other apps while the call continues in a smaller window. You can also drag the smaller window to different parts of the screen to keep it out of the way.

This update is currently only available for iOS users, but it is expected to roll out to Android users in the near future. WhatsApp has not announced when this update will be available for Android users, but it is expected to be soon.

In addition to the new picture-in-picture feature, WhatsApp has also been testing other new features, such as disappearing messages and self-destructing photos. These features are designed to make the app more secure and protect user privacy. Disappearing messages delete messages after a certain amount of time, while self-destructing photos are photos that can only be viewed once before they disappear.

WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps in the world, with over 2 billion users. The app is used for everything from personal conversations to business communications, and its popularity is only continuing to grow. With these new updates and features, WhatsApp is cementing its place as one of the best messaging apps available today.