Facebook and Instagram videos now playable within Whatsapp

  • Facebook and Instagram videos now playable within Whatsapp

Facebook and Instagram videos now playable within Whatsapp

While Resy is the among the few businesses that are now accepting in-app payments from users on Instagram, it is expected that more businesses will be able to support in-app payments in the near future. As per the latest distribution numbers the there are 24% iPhones that run on iOS 10 and below and all of them will no longer have YouTube support in WhatsApp.

The social-media giant has now released an update for the WhatsApp iOS app which integrates Instagram and Facebook videos and plays them natively in Picture-in-picture (PiP) format.

Even the changelog also claims the characteristic supports PiP (picure in picture style) so you may still browse through whats app, speak along with unique people, and the video will probably still continue to play in an movie bubble on top of the app. First, the group administrator can eliminate group members from having certain administrative rights. This can be done by heading over to "Group Settings" under the "Group Info" section. Active administrators will also be about to edit group details such as the subject, icon and description.

In March past year, Instagram had announced that it planned to provide business profiles an option to allow users to book services directly on the app. Facebook vice president of messaging products, David Marcus told CNBC on Tuesday that the company was more open to advertisements with WhatsApp. The video chat will allow people to connect in real time via Instagram Direct. However, in case Instagram decides to fully expand its in-app payments feature soon, Snapchat may see its growth numbers fall further in the future.

Meanwhile, police in South Wales, England caught a drug dealer by using a photo of his fingerprint from WhatsApp.

WhatsApp is absolutely free to download and use. As of now, the feature has been launched in the beta mode.

WhatsApp has introduced the UPI based WhatsApp Payments feature a couple of months back which is still an incremental feature and not available to every WhatsApp users. It is likely that this new feature could give the companies a substantial reason to advertise more on Instagram. The biggest challenge, however, would be to ensure user privacy, something that has been an issue with Facebook. Microsoft Build is followed by Facebook's F8 Developer Conference.

Keep one thing in mind though, this feature is in the process of being rolled out to everyone as we speak.