India has over 400 million WhatsApp users.
Facebook-owned messaging platform is asking users to crop any video longer than 15 seconds time duration and only then it can be posted as Status.
At the time of launch, WhatsApp allowed 90 seconds to three minutes of video and if the existing video is larger than 16MB if gave an option to trim the length of the video before sending it.
Later, the limit was reduced to 30 seconds.
WhatsApp has seen a 40 per cent increase in usage globally, according to a study by Kantar, a data and consulting company.
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