Most awaited WhatsApp’s Video calling functionality has finally started rolling out to Android users. The feature is available only on the latest WhatsApp beta version.
Finally! WhatsApp Video Calling Comes To Android Devices
As we all know, WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps on Play Store. Recently we heard the news that WhatsApp had implemented the video calling feature on WhatsApp beta app for Windows phone users.
The major thing to notice here is that all the new features were first pushed to Android OS later on another platform. However, video calling feature of WhatsApp had first rolled out for Windows Phone users. However, the feature had arrived on Android OS too.
WhatsApp is such a popular messaging app that even small changes grab attention. This isn’t a small change, integrating video calling feature is a big one. Currently, the video call option is available for the beta version of WhatsApp app. Users won’t need an app update as long as they are on one of the recent beta versions.
Let’s know how to make video calls using WhatsApp. First of all, users need to tap on the contact and press the call button. Users will get to see two options “Voice call” and “Video Call” simply tap on Video call to start video calling. However, one thing you must remember before you make the video call, the person you are calling (Receiver end) must have installed the beta version of WhatsApp app to make the call.
If you don’t have Beta version of WhatsApp app, and you want to give this new feature a try then you need to download the APK for the latest WhatsApp beta version 2.16.318 which you can get from APK mirror. If you already tried video calling then share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.