WhatsApp Rolling Out Picture-in-Picture Mode for iOS Video Calls
WhatsApp is finally rolling out its long-awaited picture-in-picture mode for video calls on iOS devices. This feature, first tested last year, allows users to stay connected with their video calls even when they switch to other apps.
Just like picture-in-picture mode on FaceTime, WhatsApp will shrink your video call to a small window that sits atop whatever app you switch to.
The picture-in-picture mode for video calls on WhatsApp is a welcome development for iOS users. With this feature, users can stay connected to their video calls even when they switch to other apps.
This is especially useful for multitasking and for those who need to access relevant information while on a video call. Moreover, the picture-in-picture mode also makes it easier to take notes or look up information during video calls.
The picture-in-picture mode also makes it easier to switch between apps while on a video call. For example, users can easily switch to a browser to look up information during a call or even switch to a different app to take a quick break. All this can be done without any disruptions to the video call.
In addition, users can also customize the size of the picture-in-picture window according to their preference. This helps ensure that the video window is not too big or too small. This feature also makes it easier to move the video window around the screen to make sure it does not interfere with other apps.
The picture-in-picture mode for video calls on WhatsApp is a great addition for iOS users. It allows them to stay connected to their video calls even when they switch to other apps. With this feature, users can multitask better and look up relevant information during video calls. What do you think about this feature? Let us know in the comments below.