All users who love to enjoy music with friends live could soon have a valid alternative. According to what has been reported, WhatsApp could soon bring a new update with a feature that will be useful to many. According to what was gathered from the latest beta, a feature is ready and under development music sharing during video calls.
According to WABetaInfo, a famous portal that deals with WhatsApp previews, the messaging app launched the beta version last night 126.96.36.199 on the Google Play Store.
WhatsApp brings music to video calls to share with friends
The latest update dedicated to the platform Android would reveal a new feature. This will be able to offer users the ability to share music in the middle of a video call. As? Simply by using the option screen sharing. In reality, this possibility was identified for the first time during the development phase in a previous beta dedicated to iOSbut this same experimental version launched today should arrive on Android shortly.
It seems the functionality isn’t just limited to music. All audio will be shared once the user shares their screen. It’s really interesting that the display sharing feature, made official a few months ago, is about to change. It would effectively become a real multimedia experience that would involve users and their friends.
The source is keen to underline that this new function will not be available when the camera is disabled. It will therefore not be possible to share music or any audio during simple voice calls or video calls with the camera turned off. There is currently no word on when this feature will make its official debut, but it is already generating a lot of excitement. There will be updates over the next few weeks.