The WhatsApp application has finally received the Video Calling feature that we all have been expecting for a while. It is good to know that the feature was firstly release for the Windows Phone version of the application, but now it’s available for Android devices, as well.
Unfortunately, the Video Calling feature has not been released yet for iPhones, so if you own one, we’re pretty sure that you’re quite pissed. However, don’t worry, as soon enough, the developers will release the feature for your device also.
However, if you own a device that runs on either Android or Windows Phone, then you are probably already checking out the feature. To make a Video Call on WhatsApp is quite easy, as you will just need to follow the same steps as when you were making a call on this application.
So, when you will try now to make a Call on WhatsApp, you will notice that two buttons will pop-up: one for the Voice Call and one for Video Call. The two buttons are very intuitive, so you should not have any problems figuring out which one is for what.
WhatsApp 2.12.325 BETA: How To Install On Your Android Device
If you want to test out the WhatsApp Video Calling feature on your Android device, you will need to become a WhatsApp BETA Tester by opening this Google Play Store webpage and tapping on the “BECOME A TESTER” button. Once you do this, you will be able to search for WhatsApp 2.12.325 BETA on the official Android store and install it on your smartphone.
HINT: The WhatsApp 2.16.325 is currently in BETA phase and this means that you can find issues and bugs while using it. We suggest you to report all problems that you find while using this BETA version of WhatsApp to the developers of the application.
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