WhatsApp is currently one of the most used mobile messaging applications out there, as over 1 billion people are accessing their accounts every day to keep in touch with their loved ones. However, because of its popularity, the developers need to constantly update this application in order to make sure that they fix all bugs and issues that are found by them or reported by users.
Today we will talk about the latest WhatsApp BETA version that has been released for Android devices. First of all, you should know that the latest WhatsApp BETA version for Android devices is 2.16.238 and it doesn’t come with significant changes. However, the new WhatsApp 2.16.238 brings usual bug fixes and app stability improvements.
Unfortunately, the bad news is that the WhatsApp 2.16.238 doesn’t come with any new features. We don’t have any information about the rumored Video Calling feature, so if you’ve been expecting to hear something about it, then you’re having a bad luck. Let’s not forget that the Video Calling feature has been leaked a few months ago and it was spotted on an iOS device. The developers of WhatsApp have never confirmed the rumors regarding the Video Calling feature, but in order to keep the application on top of the list, they will need to bring this expected feature to it.
WhatsApp 2.16.238: How To Install On Your Android Device
In the past, it was a bit complicated to manually install the latest WhatsApp BETA version on your Android device. Now the latest WhatsApp BETA version is found on the Google Play Store, but you will firstly have to join the WhatsApp BETA Testing program on the official Android Store. To do this, head to the Google Play Store webpage, tap on the “BECOME A TESTER” button and you’re done. Finally, open the official Android store, search for WhatsApp 2.16.238 and install it on your smartphone.
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