WhatsApp Introduce New Video Streaming Feature

WhatsApp, which has maintained a slow and steady approach in
what features it wants on its app, , has been aggressively adding new features
to its platform lately. Earlier this month, it introduced video calling
capability. It is also testing a Snapchat Stories like feature.

Today,
WhatsApp  has begun rolling out a new feature that can improve your video watching experience on its platform.

WhatsApp no longer requires users to finish downloading a video for them to
begin watching it. Much like YouTube, and many other streaming service, the
video can now be streamed as it being downloaded.

Initially,
users could only view a video shared with them after it was fully downloaded.

Now,
WhatsApp has replaced the download button with play button that will allow
users to stream video while it is still buffering.

This feature is currently available to WhatsApp beta users on Android, with time it will be rolled out to main WhatsApp.

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19 thoughts on “WhatsApp Introduce New Video Streaming Feature

  1. Dats a gud development . There are som videos irrelevant one at dat som wl send to u via grp chat n pasonal dat nids to be deleted bfo one v to dwnld. Nice update

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