If you own a smartphone, then there is a high chance that you have WhatsApp installed on it. This application is quite popular and has over 900 million monthly active users, but there are more people who are installing it every day, being convinced by their friends and families.
Using the WhatsApp application, you will be able to send messages, your location, photos and even make voice calls to your friends that are using this service. Keep in mind that the application is using the internet connection to send and receive data, so you will need to have your smartphone connected to the internet via a Wi-Fi network or using the mobile data.
The developers of WhatsApp have released a new version of this awesome application for Android OS. The latest WhatsApp BETA version for this operating system is 2.12.299 and it just has been released by the developers.
WhatApp 2.12.299: How To Install On Your Smartphone That Runs On Android OS
As we’ve told you above, the latest WhatsApp BETA version for Android OS is 2.12.299. Unfortunately, it can’t be found on the official Android store (Google Play Store), as there is uploaded only the latest STABLE version of this awesome application.
However, that doesn’t mean you can’t install WhatsApp 2.12.299 on your smartphone that runs on Android OS. To do this, you will firstly need to uninstall the current WhatsApp application. After that, you will have to enable the “Unknown Sources” option from your device’s Settings->Security and download the WhatsApp 2.12.299 APK file from the official WhatsApp Website (whatsapp.com/android).
Finally, you will need to use a file manager application, get to the location where you’ve saved the WhatsApp 2.12.299 APK file and tap on it to start the installation process. After the installation of WhatsApp 2.12.299 is complete, you will need to use your mobile phone number to get verified and log into your WhatsApp account.