WhatsApp is one of the applications that should not miss from your mobile device. It’s available for multiple mobile platforms and it is currently one of the most popular messaging mobile applications out there.
WhatsApp has over 900 million monthly active users and every day there are more and more people who are installing this awesome application on their mobile devices. One of the newest features that WhatsApp has received is Voice Call, a feature which allows you to make Voice Calls to anyone who has WhatsApp installed on a mobile device running on Windows Phone, Android, iOS or BlackBerry 10. We’re not sure if this feature will soon be brought to other mobile operating systems, such as Symbian S40, but there are rumors which say that this will eventually happen.
Another awesome feature that WhatsApp has recently received is “Google Drive”, a feature which allows you to save WhatsApp Chat History on the cloud, giving you the chance to download it later to another device.
WhatsApp 2.12.366: How To Install On Android Device
The WhatsApp 2.12.366 is the latest BETA version for Android and it comes with stability improvements and bug fixes. This application can’t be found on the Google Play Store, but it can be manually downloaded and installed on your Android device. The safest place from where you can download the WhatsApp 2.12.366 APK file is the official WhatsApp website (whatsapp.com/android).
After downloading the WhatsApp 2.12.366 APK on your Android device, you will need to manually install it and this can be done ONLY after you enable the “Unknown Sources” option that can be found in your Android’s Settings->Applications or Settings->Security (it depends from an Android OS version to another).
Once you enable the “Unknown Sources” option, go to the location where you’ve saved the WhatsApp 2.12.366 APK file and tap on it to start installing the latest WhatsApp BETA version on your Android device.