WhatsApp has now over 1 billion monthly active users, so it has become the application with the largest number of fans. By installing the WhatsApp application on your Android device, you can send messages, make free Voice Calls, send photos and more. The Voice Calling feature has been firstly added to Android, last year, and in the past months we’ve informed you that there are high chances that the Video Calling feature will be released to the same platform sooner or later.
Today, the developers of WhatsApp have released the version 2.12.418 BETA of the application for Android OS. Unfortunately, it doesn’t come with the Video Calling feature or any other new features, but it fixes annoying bugs and issues.
WhatsApp 2.12.418: How To Install On Your Android Device
Since the WhatsApp 2.12.418 is currently in BETA phase, you will not find it on the Google Play Store. However, you will be able to download the WhatsApp 2.12.418 APK (installation) file from the official WhatsApp website. So, open the browser on your Android device, go to the whatsapp.com/android website and tap on the “Download Now” button to start downloading the WhatsApp 2.12.418 APK file to your Android device.
Since you’ve downloaded the APK file from a third party source, you will need to enable the “Unknown Sources” option from your device’s Settings->Security or else you will not be able to install it on your Android device. Once you enable the “Unknown Sources” option, go to the location where you’ve saved the WhatsApp 2.12.418 APK file and tap on it to start the installation process of the latest WhatsApp BETA for Android devices.