To make the feature’s usability easier, WhatsApp has developed this feature in such a way that it works seamlessly on both portrait and landscape orientation. Now a standalone window will appear on the WhatsApp screen for the desktop, which users can resize according to their needs. It will always be on the top of the screen so that users can continue their video chat even during multi-tasking.
WhatsApp also said in its statement that all voice and video calls on its app are encrypted end-to-end. Security and privacy features will remain the same when a call is made from a mobile device or desktop PC.
WhatsApp also said that users can only make one-to-one calls on Windows and Mac machines from desktop apps. The Facebook-owned company said this was done because it would maintain the “reliability and high quality” experience of the call. In the future, the company also plans to include group voice and video call features.
Earlier in January, WhatsApp released another on WhatsApp Web and Desktop Added new security feature Was. The company made face and fingerprint unlock mandatory when linking the device. The company said that this feature will give users an extra layer of protection. With the new feature, users have to link their WhatsApp account to their computer via fingerprint or face ID. In such a situation, no outsider can activate WhatsApp Web using your mobile.