One of the most popular messaging applications for mobile devices is WhatsApp. This application is available for many mobile operating systems such as: iOS, Windows Phone, Nokia Symbian, Nokia S40, BlackBerry and Android.
Most of the WhatsApp users own an Android device and this is the reason why the WhatsApp application for Android is being updated very frequently. The developers are releasing a 4-5 new WhatsApp versions for Android every week. Today, the developers have released the WhatsApp version 2.12.322 for Android, which comes with many improvements and bugs fixes.
Unfortunately, the Google Drive feature is still not enabled, but we’re sure that the developers are going to finally enable it soon. In addition, if rumors prove to be right, we’re about to see the Video Calling feature being added to the WhatsApp application for Android.
WhatsApp 2.12.322: How To Install On Your Android Device
WhatsApp version 2.12.322 is currently in BETA phase and it can’t be found on the Google Play Store. However, you can install it by downloading the APK (installation) file from the official WhatsApp website (whatsapp.com/android).
Keep in mind that you will not be able to install the WhatsApp 2.12.322 APK file if you don’t enable the “Unknown Sources” feature. This feature allows you to install APK files that have been downloaded from third party sources.
Depending on the Android OS version that your device is running on, you will find the “Unknown Sources” feature in either Settings->Security or Settings->Applications. To enable the feature, you will have to make sure that the box in the left of it is checked (if it’s not, make sure you check it).
Finally, go to the location where you’ve saved the WhatsApp 2.12.322 APK file and tap on it to start the installation process.
Have you tested the latest WhatsApp BETA version on your Android device?