WhatsApp is constantly striving to enhance its app by introducing new features. It comes as no surprise that beta users are already getting a glimpse of some exclusive options that are not yet accessible to the general public. One such feature, currently available for WhatsApp beta users on Android, enables them to share audio content during a video call.
This audio sharing over video on Android feature was initially introduced in a previous beta version of WhatsApp for iOS. Therefore, it is reasonable to assume that the capability to share audio during video calls will eventually be extended to both iOS and Android platforms.
WhatsApp audio sharing over video call on Android
With the latest WhatsApp beta for Android version 126.96.36.199, users can now enjoy synchronized audio playback of videos and music. When the screen is shared, any audio played on the device will be shared with all participants in the call.
Similar to the iOS version, this feature will not function during voice calls or video calls where video is disabled. As this feature is still in development, it is difficult to determine an exact release date for everyone. However, if we were to speculate, it is likely that WhatsApp will not roll it out until next year.
As the biggest competitor of Telegram, WhatsApp is continuously working to enhance its user experience and giving more trust. While previous privacy concerns affected a lot of users and in result a huge amount of users joined Telegram.
For those eager to give it a try, enrolling in the beta program is a straightforward process that won’t consume much of your time. However, it is important to note that there may be some bugs to contend with during the testing phase.