A new WhatsApp BETA version has been released for Android devices. The WhatsApp BETA 2.16.392 can be downloaded and installed on your mobile device, but don’t get too excited, as it doesn’t come with any new features and options.
However, the new WhatsApp BETA version has fixed some issues that the users or the developers have found, which means that you should install it right now on your mobile device, especially if you are currently running a BETA version of the application. Aside from the usual bug fixes and stability improvements, the new version of the application doesn’t come with anything new.
WhatsApp: Multi-Video Calling Feature To Be Supported Soon?
There are more and more rumors which are suggesting that the “multi-video calling” feature might soon be added to the WhatsApp application. It seems that this new feature will allow video conferences to be held in this application. In other words, a WhatsApp Video Calling session might be joined by three or more users at the same time, which would be a great addition to the application. The downside of this feature will be the mobile data usage, as it will most likely waste a good amount of MB in a few minutes.
HINT: We should mention that this feature has not been confirmed by the developers yet, so we’re not sure if it will be added to the application sometime soon or not.
WhatsApp BETA 2.16.392: How To Install On Your Android Device
To be able to install the WhatsApp 2.16.392 (BETA) on your Android device, you will firstly have to become a WhatsApp BETA Tester. To become a WhatsApp BETA Tester, open this Google Play Store webpage and tap on the “BECOME A TESTER” button. After you do this, open the official Android store, search for WhatsApp 2.16.392 and install it on your mobile device.
When the installation is complete, don’t forget to use your mobile phone number to log into your WhatsApp account.