WhatsApp is one of the most used messaging mobile applications out there, the application has over 900 million active monthly users and there are even more people who are registering with each passing day, which means that in a few months, the application will surpass 1 billion active users.
WhatsApp for Android devices comes with many features such as the Voice Call, which allows you to make voice calls to any other WhatsApp users from all over the world, without having to pay any extra fee. However, keep in mind that the Voice Calling feature is using a lot of mobile data, so we suggest you to use it only when you are connected to a Wi-Fi network. At the same time, the Voice Calling feature for WhatsApp is currently working only on devices that run on BlackBerry 10, Windows Phone, iOS and Android.
The latest WhatsApp BETA version for Android devices is 2.12.386 and it can’t be downloaded from Google Play Store. However, you can download it from the APK (installation) file from the internet and manually install it on your Android device. The WhatsApp 2.12.386 comes with many bug fixes and improvements, but, unfortunately, it doesn’t come with any new features.
WhatsApp 2.12.386: How To Install On Your Android Device
As we’ve told you above, the WhatsApp 2.12.386 can’t be found on the Google Play Store. Instead, you will need to download the APK (installation) file of the latest WhatsApp version from whatsapp.com/android. Once you download the WhatsApp 2.12.386 APK file to your Android device, you will need to enable the “Unknown Sources” option that’s found in your device’s Settings->Security or Settings->Applications.
After enabling the “Unknown Sources” option, you will just need to use a file manager application to get to the location where you’ve saved the WhatsApp 2.12.386 APK file and tap on it to start installing the latest WhatsApp BETA version on your Android device.