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WhatsApp is the application of the moment and that’s confirmed by over 1 billion monthly active users. The developers have added many features and options, especially in the past year, such as voice calling, the web client, the possibility to save chat history on the cloud, new emojis etc. The users can keep in touch with their friends who live all over the world with the power of the internet, plus, the application is now free, after WhatsApp has dropped the annual fee of $0.99. New beta updates are released quite frequent for Android and today we’ll talk about version 2.12.448.

WhatsApp 2.12.448 doesn’t come with any new features or options, but it is good to know that the installation file weighs 27.01MB, which is an insignificant increase in size compared to the previous version. However, the WhatsApp 2.12.448 comes with many bug fixes and improvements, which you will notice in the first minutes of use.

As we’ve told you in some previous articles, there are rumors which say that the developers are working on implementing the Video Calling feature that will firstly hit the Android OS and, after that, iOS, BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone. However, this has not been confirmed yet by the developers, so we should take this news with a bit of salt. Currently, the users can increase the number of participant in group chats, as now there are supported 256 people, instead of 100.

WhatsApp 2.12.448: How To Install On Your Android Device

The WhatsApp 2.12.448 is currently in BETA phase which means that you will not find this version on the Google Play Store. However, you will be able to download the APK (installation) file from After the download is complete, you will need to enable the “Unknown Sources” option which allows you to install APK files that you’ve downloaded from third party sources.

You will find the “Unknown Sources” option in your device’s Settings->Security or Settings->Application. Once you enable this option, go to the location where you’ve saved the WhatsApp 2.12.448 APK file and tap on it to start installing the latest WhatsApp BETA version on your Android device.