WhatsApp launched Payment feature ; Transactions will be as easy as sending photos: Zuckerberg and Collab App

Facebook Pay - Now sending money through WhatsApp will be as easy as sending photos.

Company CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said that this will be based on Facebook Pay .

WhatsApp Pay has not yet been official in India.  However, it is being used as testing in India since 2018 and the company has also been testing it.  In Brazil, users will now be able to transact on WhatsApp. Facebook has said that the payment feature is being provided in WhatsApp for Brazilian users.  Although the company has not named it WhatsApp Pay, the company has said that it will be based on Facebook Pay.

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In the coming time, the company can offer Facebook Pay for transactions in all Facebook apps.

According to the company, Brazil has become the first country where the payment feature has been launched on a large scale in WhatsApp.  Through the payment feature provided in WhatsApp, money can be sent to each other only through WhatsApp.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a Facebook post, 'From today we are launching WhatsApp Payments for the people of Brazil.  We are making sending money as easy as sharing photos'.

Mark Zuckerberg has also said that with the launch of WhatsApp Payment, small businesses will now be able to sell directly from WhatsApp.  According to Zuckerberg, Facebook is being made for WhatsApp payment, which will provide the option of secure payment in all Facebook apps.

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Discussions have been going on for a long time about the launch of the payment feature in WhatsApp in India, but due to lack of clearance, so far the official app on WhatsApp has not been made.  However, Zuckerberg has pointed out in this post that soon its scope will be expanded.

WhatsApp has the largest number of users in India and because of this, the company is also trying vigorously to launch the payment feature in WhatsApp in India.  But the government has not been able to get clearance regarding data localization and policy.

WhatsApp head Will Cathcart came to India last year only when he said that the process of taking permission from the government is almost complete.  Now it will be interesting to see when the payment feature is launched in WhatsApp in India.  Because India is a big market for the company.

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Facebook is testing an app like TikTok 'Collab'

Facebook is testing a TikTok inspired app Collab to create short music videos.

Facebook's New Product Experimentation (NPE) team is testing a TikTok-inspired app Collab to create short music videos.  Currently, this app is available as an invite-only bit on iOS.  Through this Collab app, users can create short music videos in collaboration with other artists. In the Collab app, users can create videos and sync it with other users' already existing videos for better combination.  However, here users can sync three videos one after the other in landscape mode.  Whereas, Tittock has two vertical videos, it will be different from that.  But its final video will be vertical only.

Users can then share the video on other social media platforms, including Collab.  The company has informed that, as you have created a collab, you can publish it for others to see and further mix and match.  Also you can share your or others' creations on other platforms including Instagram or Facebook stories. Next
Facebook is testing an app like TikTok 'Collab'
Facebook is testing a TikTok inspired app Collab to create short music videos.

Facebook is testing an app like TikTok 'Collab' Credit- Facebook
Facebook's New Product Experimentation (NPE)
team is testing a TikTok-inspired app Collab to create short music videos.  Currently, this app is available as an invite-only bit on iOS.  Through this Collab app, users can create short music videos with other artists.

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In the Collab app, users can create videos and sync it with other users' already existing videos for better combination.  However, here users can sync three videos one after the other in landscape mode.  Whereas, Tittock has two vertical videos, it will be different from that.  But its final video will be vertical only.

Users can then share the video on other social media platforms, including Collab.  The company has informed that, as you have created a collab, you can publish it for others to see and further mix and match.  Also you can share your or others' creations on other platforms including Instagram or Facebook stories.

At the moment, it is not clear that to watch videos of other users in this app, an account will be required or you can watch videos without any account, like TicTalk.

How to access?

Currently, this app exists as an invite-only bit in iOS.  However, users can sign up on the NPE website to try the Bita version of the app.  It is worth noting that the invoices are being opened by Facebook in different batches.  It originated in the US and Canada.

Also, to let you know, to get the latest information about Collab app, users can also join Collab Bita Private Facebook Group.

For your information, tell us that Collab is not the company's first attempt in this area.  Earlier in the year 2018, the company launched a similar app Lasso.  Through this, users can create short videos like Tiktok.  Recently, this information was also revealed that this app will be launched in India this year.

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