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WhatsApp is one of the most popular mobile messaging applications out there and this was confirmed by the huge number of active users: 900 million. The current users are also convincing their friends to register to WhatsApp, so they can chat for free, so, in a few months, we’re expecting this application to surpass 1 billion active users. The WhatsApp version comes with many features that allow you to keep in touch with your friends and family.

Using WhatsApp, you will be able to send photos, audio files, GPS location and even make voice calls. However, we remind you that the Voice Call feature is only available for devices that run on BlackBerry 10, Android, iOS and Windows Phone. It’s not sure yet if this feature will be released for other operating systems, but we’ll keep you updated about this.

If some previous rumors prove to be right, the Video Calling feature will be added for the WhatsApp version for the Android OS sometime in the near future. Unfortunately, nobody from WhatsApp has given an official statement, so we should take these rumors with a bit of salt.

The developers of WhatsApp have released a new version of this application for the Android devices. WhatsApp 2.12.389 is the latest BETA version for Android devices and it can now be downloaded from the internet. WhatsApp 2.12.389 doesn’t come with any new features, but it does fix some of the bugs that the developers have found. At the same time, the latest WhatsApp BETA version is more stable than the previous version of the application, so you should definitely install it right away.

WhatsApp 2.12.389: How To Install On Your Android Device

Since WhatsApp 2.12.389 is currently in BETA phase, you will need to download the APK (installation) file to your Android device. After that, you will have to enable an option that allows you to install APK files that you downloaded from a third party source. This option is named “Unknown Sources” and can be found in your Android device’s Settings->Applications or Settings->Security.

After enabling the “Unknown Sources” option, you will need to use a file manager application to get to the location where you’ve saved the APK file and tap on it to start installing the latest WhatsApp BETA version on your Android device.