WhatsApp Videos Calls Now Working On Android

Filed in APPS, Whatsapp by on October 25, 2016 0 Comments

WhatsApp Videos Calls

This is feature we all have been waiting for, the  New beta versions of WhatsApp’s Android app now include a major update: Video calls.

It’s as easy as you might imagine: pull up a contact in the app, tap the call button and choose ‘Video call’. If the other person has a version of WhatsApp that supports the feature, it’ll launch a FaceTime-like call; if not, you’ll be notified that your contact needs to update their app.
The feature was first spotted by Android Police, which reported that video calling had become available on WhatsApp’s recent beta builds for some users. I tried installing version 2.16.318 (451462) on a couple of different Android phones and found it to work just fine.
 Call quality was fine, but there is a bit of lag even on 50Mbps Wi-Fi network. Of course, WhatsApp is likely to address that; it asked for quality feedback on video calls, so hopefully it’ll take that into account before making the feature available on stable builds. 
Facebook-owned WhatsApp which has over one billion users has been steadily improving its product in the past few months, adding features like document sharing option, user tags in group chats. Download the latest build from Apk mirrors

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