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WhatsApp is a messaging application that lets people send text and video messages, videos and images to their friends who have the app also installed on their phone. What makes this messaging app even better is the release of its video calling feature, which allows people to make free video calls through the WhatsApp app.



The only drawback is that not every WhatsApp version supports the Video Calling feature. Reports suggest that it’s only seen for Android, iOS, Windows 10 Mobile and Windows Phone. If you have a device running Symbian or BlackBerry, you may be out of luck for this feature.

On top of that, the BETA WhatsApp 2.16.386 has no new features to it – it’s all about providing stability and repair the bugs.
There have been rumors that WhatsApp will soon see a multiple video calling feature, allowing users to connect to two or more friends through the app – a video conferencing option. No confirmation from WhatsApp developers about the rumors, which means they should be given very little credit for the moment.

How To Install WhatsApp 2.16.386 BETA On An Android Device

If you want the BETA version for WhatsApp, you’ll need to go to the official Android Store. But, before you do this, you’ll need to ask to be labeled a WhatsApp BETA tester. Do this by visiting the Google Play Store web page and hit the “Become A Tester” button. Once you’ve done this, look for the latest BETA version, download it and install it.

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