It has also introduced the feature of shared media bundling, which will enable users to see all of their pictures and videos in the in-app camera by swiping up. This means that you will not have to leave the chat app to run any YouTube video link that you receive in the app.
According to WABetaInfo report, this feature will let users to play videos from YouTube in picture-in-picture mode.
You can also momentarily hide the Picture in Picture mode without stopping the video to read better your messages, sliding it right as you can see in this video that shows how it works.
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You can pinch on the Picture in Picture mode in order to expand it, or you can open the video in a new WhatsApp section to view it in full screen mode. However, the video will disappear as soon as you open up a different chat. The report also says that the feature is now only available for Apple iPhone 6 or its higher variants. Many of these features were earlier available as Beta rollout. This maybe because of a need for larger display size for videos, the report said. Its very initial to comment whether the feature would come for Android or iOS as WhatsApp has not given any official statement regarding it. Unless the Facebook owned company finds a problem with this feature or too many bugs are not found, we can expect the launch of the feature soon.
WhatsApp keep on rolling out new features on and off.
The news arrives via WABetaInfo, which claims that WhatsApp is now testing the feature with a small number of users on iOS devices.