26 Oct 2016

whatsapp video calling feature finally realeased

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WhatsApp’s impending support for video calling appears to be closer to launch. According to new reports, the feature is now functional in some of the beta builds of the Android application, following its recent arrival in the Windows Phone version of the Facebook-owned messaging app. The iOS app was also updated just last week, but video calling support was not included at that time.
The arrival of video calling on Android was first spotted by the blog Android Police, which found that some users on the beta builds of the application were able to access video calling through an updated app interface.
For those on a version of WhatsApp which includes video calling support, you’re able to tap the call button or tap on a contact card to kick off a video call. In this case, a new dialog box will appear, offering the choice between a standard voice call and a video call. In addition, the call log will show which calls were made via video by annotating them with the camera icon, instead of the telephone icon.





 

'Video calls are becoming available seemingly at random. You won't need an app update as long as you're on one of the recent beta versions,' the site said. 
Those using the standard version of the app, rather than the Android developer version may still have to wait a while before they can make video calls. 

For those who don't have the updated app, they'll just receive a voice call for now.
Tapping the call button or contact will fire up box with both voice and video options, reports Android Police.  
The update means that WhatsApp is on its way to joining the range of major messaging services that offer video calling, including Microsoft's Skype Google'e new Duo app.
While WhatsApp video calling is available for every yet, it appears to work for those who have installed version 2.16.318, reports AndroidPolice. 

While the function is currently limited to Android, it's likely that it will be available on iOS once WhatsApp has finished testing it. 


so, lets take a pinch of salt....
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