WhatsApp is one of the most popular mobile messaging applications out there and its success is proved by the large number of active users: over 1 billion. Today we will talk about the latest BETA version of the application and the changes that come with it.

First of all, you should know that the latest WhatsApp BETA version is 2.16.307 and it can now be downloaded and installed directly from the Google Play Store. However, we will give you more information about how you can do that a bit later in this article.

The new WhatsApp BETA version comes with many bug fixes and app improvements, but it seems that there are no new features added to the application. The WhatsApp 2.16.306 APK (installation) has been decreased by 403KB, it has over 960 modified files, most of them being icons and emoji, along with two-factor authentication.

Unfortunately, the long-waited Video Calling feature has not been added yet to the application. So, if you’ve one of the users who have waiting for this new feature, you’re not in luck.



WhatsApp 2.16.306 BETA: How To Install On Your Android Device

If you want to download and install the WhatsApp 2.16.306 BETA application on your Android device, you will firstly have to become a WhatsApp BETA Tester on the Google Play Store. To become a WhatsApp BETA Tester on the official Android store, head to this page and tap on the “BECOME A TESTER” button. Finally, open the Google Play Store, search for WhatsApp 2.16.306 and install it on your smartphone.

HINT: We remind you that the WhatsApp 2.16.306 is currently in BETA phase, which means that there are high chances that you will find issues and bugs while using the application. If you find any bugs or issues we suggest you to report them to the developers, so that they can fix them before the next version of the application will be released.

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