WhatsApp has at last revealed another feature for iOS clients where they can play YouTube videos ideal within the texting app itself.
Firstly, an iOS user sharing the video with his contact over WhatsApp can not possibly benefit from this feature (at least for now). While Xiaomi has claimed that the issue has been resolved on the Mi App Store, it is advisable to download updates directly from Google Play directly.
Users just need to update WhatsApp using the Mi App Store or uninstall and install the app from the Play Store. Now, Xiaomi has come forward and addressed the issue.
Users who are still facing the issue are advised to update WhatsApp on their smartphones.
"This version of WhatsApp became obsolete on 13-Jan-2018".
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But given the popularity of Google-owned video sharing platform and many users sharing their videos over WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned instant messenger must have chose to do something about it in order to make users stick to their platform. At the time the issue emerged, WhatsApp too acknowledged it and said, "On background, this is an issue that's being fixed". The company has asked users to update the app to fix the obsolete issue.
According to a Xiaomi spokesperson, the company uploaded a beta version of WhatsApps APK on the Mi App Store.
Commenting on the development, Xiaomi disclosed that a few users have reported the issue with WhatsApp over social media platforms. "It was a problem with how our app is distributed, which is not under our control". The company owned up to the mistake saying the issue occurred after the company rolled out a beta version on Mi App Store.
The update, which was first spotted by WABetaInfo, has started rolling out to iPhone users.