WhatsApp is finally rolling out the mute videos feature to iOS users months after rolling it out for Android users.
As per reports, the ability to mute videos before sending will be finally rolled out to iOS users.
The feature has been rolled out to the iOS beta users almost seven months after the feature was made available to the Android users.
The platform is reportedly rolling out the feature to iOS users with a new design. It is currently under development; and WhatsApp is yet to make an official announcement about the feature.
As per Wabetanifo, mute videos feature will be finally available to iOS users.
“WhatsApp introduced a new feature to mute videos on WhatsApp beta for Android 184.108.40.206, 7 months ago. Finally, we can use the same feature on WhatsApp beta for iOS; including a good redesign! To verify if the feature is already available for your WhatsApp account, just try to send a video to a WhatsApp contact. If you see something similar, it means the feature is available for you!”
As per screenshot scared by Wabetainfo, you can see users can finally see the mute video option; in a redesigned toggle to convert the video to a gif.
The features trackers say that every time you try to edit the video, its size is immediately updated.
The feature is available today; for iOS beta testers.
If it’s not visible for you, just wait for the next updates; that will help you to get the feature.
The company is now working on a feature that would let users convert images into stickers.
The feature was spotted in the beta version of the app.
It is reportedly developing the feature; for both iOS and Android users.
Apart from this, it is also rolling out the possibility for non-beta testers to use the multi-device feature.
”WhatsApp is developing a new feature, for a future update, that allows converting your images to stickers! When this feature will be available; there will be a new sticker icon next to the caption bar. When you select it, the image will be sent as a sticker,” the WhatsApp features tracker said in a report.
In the screenshot shared by the WhatsApp features tracker, a special option for creating images into stickers can be seen in the dialogue box.
When you add the pic, tap on the sticker option and the picture will be converted into a sticker automatically.
Wabetainfo says that WhatsApp has not used any third party app to convert images into stickers.