WhatsApp is apparently testing out support for Google's YouTube within the app, at the moment when you click a link to YouTube it takes you out of the WhatsApp app. Another update has now rolled out allowing some beta users on iOS devices to play shared YouTube videos in-app. However that is expected to change in the future.
Whatsapp will now also allow users to share any type of document file.
WhatsApp keeps on updating its app with new features every now and then.
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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Some iOS beta testers are now enjoying the feature, which makes it possible to watch videos without leaving the application. Users can resize window with a pinch or can play videos in full screen mode. This is actually not a new feature as a few months back, WhatsApp rival Viber added inline YouTube video support so we guess it was only a matter of time that WhatsApp got the feature as well.
The news arrives via WABetaInfo, which claims that WhatsApp is now testing the feature with a small number of users on iOS devices. This feature was announced only last week for Android and now is available to iPhone users. Its very initial to comment whether the feature would come for Android or iOS as WhatsApp has not given any official statement regarding it.
We can expect that WhatsApp will launch this feature soon unless they find any problem with the new feature.