WhatsApp is a mobile messaging application that allows you to send text messages, voice messages and even pictures and videos to your friends that have this application installed on their devices. In addition, the Video Calling feature has been released recently, which means that you are now able to make video calls to all your WhatsApp friends for FREE.
It is good to know that that not all versions of WhatsApp support the new Video Calling feature. According to reports, this feature is available on the latest WhatsApp version that has been released for Android, iOS, Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile.
In other words, if you own a device that runs on BlackBerry or Symbian, you will not be able to access this feature.
Unfortunately, the new WhatsApp 2.16.386 BETA that has just been released for Android devices doesn’t come with any new feature. In other words, this new BETA version of the application comes with bug fixes and stability improvements.
We have to mention that some new rumors are suggesting that the WhatsApp application will soon be able to support multiple-video calling. This means that if you have two or more common friends on WhatsApp you will be able to call them at the same time and make a “video conference”.
However, the developers of WhatsApp have not confirmed these rumors yet, so we should take them with a bit of salt.
WhatsApp 2.16.386 BETA: How To Install On Your Android Device
The WhatsApp 2.16.386 BETA can be installed directly from the official Android store. However, before you can do this you will need to become a WhatsApp BETA Tester, by opening this Google Play Store webpage and tapping on the “BECOME A TESTER” button. After that, you can open the store, search for WhatsApp 2.16.386 BETA and install it on your mobile device.