- WhatsApp has rolled out ShareChat video support for Android and iOS beta testers.
- he ShareChat integration would let users explore videos, pictures on WhatsApp.
- n order to watch videos on ShareChat, users will have to update to WhatsApp v18.104.22.168 beta for iOS and WhatsApp v22.214.171.124 beta for Android.
WhatsApp has rolled out ShareChat video support for Android and iOS beta testers. The ShareChat integration would let users explore videos, pictures on WhatsApp. In order to watch videos on ShareChat, users will have to update to WhatsApp v126.96.36.199 beta for iOS and WhatsApp v188.8.131.52 beta for Android. Earlier, WhatsApp was spotted working on implementing advanced search mode and multi-device support.
As per Wabetainfo, WhatsApp has rolled out the ShareChat video support in its latest Android and iOS beta updates. The report says that the feature would be gradually rolled out for beta users within 24 hours. "One of the features announced in the marathon is the support for the ShareChat video service, a famous Indian Social network where you can discover various types of content, like photos and videos. The latest updates officially support today the possibility to play videos shared on ShareChat within WhatsApp," the report by WAbetainfo read.
The users will have to update to the latest beta version of WhatsApp on Play Store to get the ShareChat support. In the screenshots shared by the WhatsApp features tracker, you can spot a video box with a pat icon. When you hit the play button, the video would start playing within the WhatsApp app, without jumping into a separate window.
Earlier, the WhatsApp features tracker reported that the messaging app has rolled out the advanced search mode feature for the Android beta testers. The new feature was released with Android beta version 184.108.40.206. To get the advanced mode feature, the users will have an update to the latest version from Play Store.
For the unversed, the feature lets users search for images, videos, files, GIFs, audio, links, etc in the search bar that is provided on the app. For instance, if you are looking for a particular document that you might have sent to one of your contacts but don't remember the date, you can enter the details of the documents in the search bar and get it. For pictures, you might require some specific information. The feature is under development and once the testing phase is over WhatsApp might make it official.
WhatsApp is simultaneously working on multi-device support. The much-awaited feature would let users log in from four different devices using a single account. This means that you can use WhatsApp from your iPad, MacBook, and Apple iPhone at the same time without having to create separate accounts for all the devices. This feature is under-development and there has been not been any official word by the company about the same.