WhatsApp gets YouTube integration for iOS users, supports Picture in Picture mode

WhatsApp 'obsolete' error: Xiaomi acknowledges and asks users to download the updated one

Xiaomi Acknowledges WhatsApp Version 'Obsolete' Error, Asks Users to Update App

The new WhatsApp for iPhone update comes with a new feature, where the YouTube video continues to play even after a user exits the chat.

For some time now, we've been hearing of a potential integration of WhatsApp with YouTube.The feature has now been rolled out to iOS users.

Therefore, in order to stay safe from such unexpected bugs creeping into your phone, it is advised to rely only on the Google PlayStore for downloading as well as updating apps on Android.

Users just need to update WhatsApp using the Mi App Store or uninstall and install the app from the Play Store.

For the last few days, numerous Xiaomi smartphone users were complaining about an unexpected error in their devices.

Xiaomi provided the following statement to Gadgets 360, "A few Xiaomi users reported an issue with WhatsApp on their smartphones".

Facebook-owned WhatsApp was facing Obsolete issues in Xiaomi devices since January 13. To know more about this issue, our team has approached WhatsApp team, and they told us it is a third party issue, not an error with WhatsApp.

According to a Xiaomi spokesperson, the company uploaded a beta version of WhatsApps APK on the Mi App Store. Now, Xiaomi has admitted that the problem lay at its doorstep. " But users also complained that they were unable to update the app from Google Play Store. We apologise for any inconvenience faced by our Mi Fans, and promise to be more vigilant going forward".

We too faced this issue last week on our Xiaomi Redmi 4A, and re-installing the app did solve the problem for us.

Xiaomi's statement confirms that the fault lay with a version of the app launched from its Mi App Store.

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