WhatsApp has finally released the much-awaited picture-in-picture (PiP) mode for iPhone users, allowing them to simultaneously continue video calls and operate other apps on their phones. The feature has been available on the Android app since 2018.
In addition to PiP mode, WhatsApp has added the ability for users to add captions when sending documents, making it easier to trace the exchange of information. The app also now supports longer group subjects and descriptions to help describe groups more accurately.
While Android users can now send up to 100 images or videos (capped at 2GB) at once on WhatsApp, the iOS version has yet to receive this feature. However, WhatsApp is testing a feature that will allow users to send pictures in their original quality, which will come in handy for people taking high-resolution photos and videos.