Nowadays, people have become smart enough to do multitask with their smartphones. Henceforth, Google allows users to enable Picture-in-Picture Mode in Android Oreo. But, it is only limited to selected apps. For that reason, WhatsApp has integrated picture-in-picture feature within the app. Thus, you can do multiple tasks while chatting with your friends.
Well, it sounds great to use Picture-in-Picture mode in WhatsApp. But, there is a catch. It will only work when you execute video call from the app. That’s right! And also, your device must have Android Oreo 8.0 or later version of the OS. Well, you can use the same app on split screen on Android Oreo, but using picture-in-picture mode in WhatsApp will be helpful when need to check something important while video calling. Without more brother, let’s move ahead to know how to use picture-in-picture mode in WhatsApp on Android Oreo.
How to Use Picture-in-Picture Mode in WhatsApp on Android Oreo
First of all, you should make sure that you have latest WhatsApp version installed on your Android Oreo device.
Step #1. Open WhatsApp on your Android Oreo phone.
That’s it! Once you have started to use picture-in-picture mode in WhatsApp, you can continue browsing, check email, chat, and other stuff from the screen as you normally do while video calling in on.
- How to Set Up and Use WhatsApp Business App on Android Phone
- How to Get Blob Emojis in Whatsapp and Telegram on Android Oreo
- How to Enable Accessibility Shortcut on Android Oreo
- How to Use YouTube PIP Mode without Red on Android Oreo
Have you started using picture-in-picture mode in WhatsApp? If so, how was your experience? Is it worked smoothly or not? We are excited to get your feedback here in comments or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.