Meta-owned WhatsApp is working on new features for its users. This will allow users to share music audio during video calls.
New Delhi. The instant messaging app WhatsApp has become an important part of our lives. Be it family or office work, it has become an easy means of communication everywhere. To improve the experience of users, Meta-owned WhatsApp keeps making new changes on its platform. In this sequence, WhatsApp is working on new features for its users. This will allow users to share music audio during video calls.
According to the report of WABetaInfo, a website that tracks WhatsApp features, this feature is being developed on both iOS and Android. According to news agency IANS, this feature will enhance multimedia collaboration by allowing users to listen to video and music audio simultaneously during video calls.
The report said, “In our opinion, this feature demonstrates WhatsApp’s commitment to improving the user experience by adding a new layer of innovation to video calls, which differentiates WhatsApp in the competitive landscape of messaging and communication apps.”
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