Instagram soon to roll out payments feature

Instagram soon to roll out payments feature

Instagram soon to roll out payments feature

We have witnessed many new features in WhatsApp after its acquisition by the Facebook and all these features are being loved by the users, we have seen the better privacy control features, new status/stories, way better interface and now the UPI based payments feature. WhatsApp had introduced the feature previous year in November, which enables iPhone users to watch YouTube videos right in the app.

We approached Instagram and parent company Facebook, for comment and clarification on the in-app payments but neither company responded at the time of writing.

It is worth to note that the app already allows playing YouTube videos with the conversation.

WhatsApp now supports in-line videos for Instagram and Facebook.

After recently rolling out a new payments feature to Whatsapp and Messenger, the social giant Facebook has started to roll out the feature on the photo-sharing platform Instagram as well. Inclusion of YouTube within the framework makes sense considering that it happens to be the biggest repository of online videos in the world.


If you are using Android, you need to wait few more days to get this feature. Secondly, the administrator can also change the group's subject, icon, and description in "Group Settings". Although the messaging app is now owned by Facebook, which admits they scan all the messages sent over Facebook messenger, they claim that they do not read messages sent over Whatsapp. I've been blessed to work with such an incredibly small team and see how a insane amount of focus can produce an app used by so many people all over the world.

In the F-8 function, Zuckerberg announced that group video-calling will likely soon be introduced so on, wherever around 3 people may join the telephone the same time and watch each other in split screen mode.

However, things haven't been all well as Koum and his team shared a different vision and strategy, from Facebook in terms of monetization of WhatsApp. The payments option once rolled out to all users will allow them to make purchases directly on the app.

WhatsApp is absolutely free to download and use.

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