Latest update: WhatsApp's dual panel view for tablets, check details
Delhi : The most recent beta of WhatsApp for Android has been modified and now includes a split panel layout designed for tablets. WhatsApp is an end-to-end encrypted messaging service. Typically, such new features are evaluated in the beta channel for a while—it might be weeks or even months—before they are eventually made available to everyone.
The two-panel UI on tablets makes a lot more sense than it does when it's just a bigger version of the phone Interface.
The initial iteration of WhatsApp that worked with Android tablets was made available to beta testers last year, however it did not include the split view. Users can view the updated user interface, which appears to be rolling out now for beta programme participants.
Unsurprisingly, the chat list is constantly accessible on the left so you can move between discussions without having to first go back. The Calls and Status tabs both support the split view.
In the meantime, WhatsApp began to make picture-in-picture mode available for iOS video calls last month. The outlet claims that this function, which WhatsApp originally started experimenting with last year, allows users to open other apps without interfering with video calls.
Similar to FaceTime's picture-in-picture mode, WhatsApp will condense your video call into a small window that sits on top of any app you choose. This makes it possible for you to take part in the call while researching online, reading a pertinent book, or even playing a game.