WhatsApp is one of the applications that you should not miss from your Android device, this application comes with many features and it allows you to keep in touch with your friends of family that live all over the world, without being charged.
Actually, the application is using the internet connection to send and receive data, so this means that you will only need to pay the 0.99 dollars yearly fee. However, keep in mind that you will be able to send and receive messages only from the persons who are using the WhatsApp application as well, so you can’t send messages or make Voice Calls to someone who’s not using this application.
At the same time, the Voice Calling feature is available only for devices that run on Android, iOS, Windows Phone and BlackBerry.
The latest BETA version of WhatsApp for Android devices is 2.12.350 and it can be downloaded right away from the official WhatsApp website, this version can’t be found yet on the Google Play Store, so the only way to get it on your device is to manually download it and install it on your Android device.
It is good to know that the WhatsApp 2.12.350 doesn’t come with any new features, but instead it focuses on stability improvements and bug fixes.
WhatsApp 2.12.350: How To Install
The WhatsApp 2.12.350 APK (installation) file can be downloaded from whatsapp.com/android. As soon as you have the file saved on your Android device, you will need to manually install it, but this can’t be done if the “Unknown Sources” option is not enabled (you can enable it from your device’s Settings->Security or Settings->Applications).
Finally, once the “Unknown Sources” option is enabled, go to the folder where you’ve saved the WhatsApp 2.12.350 APK file and tap on it to start the installation process.