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 WhatsApp is an application that’s evolving very fast and that was seen after Facebook has bought the application for 19 billion dollars in 2014, since then, the WhatsApp application has received new features and options that have made many people to ditch other mobile messaging applications for this one. WhatsApp allows you to send videos, photos, GPS location to any friend that has this application installed on his/her device. In addition, the application allows you to even make Voice Calls without paying any extra fee, but keep in mind that the application uses the internet connection, so you will have to be either connected to mobile data or to a Wi-Fi network.

HINT: We remind you that the Voice Calling is using a lot of data, so if you don’t have too much mobile data to spare, we suggest you to use it ONLY when you are connected to a Wi-Fi network.

The new WhatsApp BETA version has been released for the Android devices. WhatsApp 2.12.374 is now available for download and can be installed on your Android device, it contains lots of new emojis, bug fixes and improvements.

The developers have also made some changes in the emojis menu by expanding the categories and organizing all the new emoticons. Some of the new emojis that you will see are related to animals, flags, balls and more.

WhatsApp 2.12.374: How To Install

Since the new WhatsApp 2.12.374 is currently in BETA phase, you will need to manually download and install it to your Android device. The WhatsApp 2.12.374 can be downloaded from, but you will not be able to install it if you don’t have the “Unknown Sources” feature enabled. Depending on the Android OS version that your device is running on, you will find this feature in Settings->Security or Settings->Applications. To enable the feature, you will need to mark the box that’s located next to it.

Finally, after you’ve enabled the “Unknown Sources” feature, go to the location where you’ve saved the WhatsApp 2.12.374 APK file and tap on it to start the installation process of the latest WhatsApp BETA.

HINT: Make sure that you uninstall the current WhatsApp version from your Android device before you try to install the latest WhatsApp BETA version.