Whatsapp, the largest messaging application own by Facebook rolled out the two new features. The first feature brings in the Picture-in-Picture mode for video calling and the second one brings text-only status updates. These two features are rolled out by WhatsApp for both Android and iPhone. As WhatsApp owned by Facebook, an instant messaging application. Facebook plans to improve the functionalities of WhatsApp by adding awesome offers.

Whatsapp Picture - In - Picture Video Calling Mode:-

The Picture-in-Picture video calling feature is a multitasking feature. By using this feature the users would be able to make video calls and send messages to friends simultaneously. For instance, if a user wants to chat with a friend while video calling with another friend then the user can simply resize the video calling screen so they can talk to one friend via video call, and message the other one. After resizing the video call screen will appear at one side of the mobile screen, while the background will be that of the chat box. It is noteworthy, the resized video calling screen can be resized as per requirement and it can also be dragged to any corner of the phone screen.

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 Text - Only Status Update:-

As before the addition of text-only status update feature, users could only put their pictures and video as status updates and users could allow a text overlay if the user wanted to write something. In the latest version of stable WhatsApp build, users will be able to select the background color and add texts. As the picture or video status appears for only 24 hours similarly the text status too will appear for  24 hours only.

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Apart from the following two features WhatsApp also announced that they are working on a new tool which through which businesses owners can connect and communicate easily with their customers. This tool especially will be helpful for small and mid-sized business. WhatsApp Chief Operating Officer Matt Idema said. "Some businesses may use service providers to manage their messages, and those service providers may be able to read the messages you send to those businesses," he further adds.