Sunday , December 4 2016

WhatsApp Video Calling

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WhatsApp video calling has been formally launched and the aspect is now rolling out to operators on Android, iPhone and Windows. The WhatsApp video calling feature was newly introduced in the beta builds of WhatsApp for Windows and Android Mobile. If you can’t pause for the free video conferencing feature to show up on your Android mobile, here’s how you can get begin with it right away.

If you are running the latest WhatsApp beta – or if the video calling feature is accessible to you after launch – it’s damn simply to start a video call with one more WhatsApp user.

  • Open WhatsApp
  • Go to the Contacts tab
  • Find and tap down the contact you want to start a WhatsApp video call with
  • Tap on the phone icon towards the top of the screen
  • From the popup select Video call

Note that for WhatsApp video calling to work, both parties should be running a WhatsApp beta build that ropes the feature. WhatsApp might also prompt you for feedback when the video call is done.

If you are already having the newest WhatsApp version, and you still don’t see the video calling feature, there is a way to get it quicker. To enable free video conferencing feature in your WhatsApp case, you need to sign up for the WhatsApp beta suite. Follow these below steps to sign up for the WhatsApp beta program and empower WhatsApp free video calling on Android:

  • Open Google Play and search for WhatsApp
  • Open WhatsApp in Google Play
  • Scroll down towards the bottom of the page
  • In the segment that says Become a beta tester tap on I’M IN
  • Approve on the next screen and wait
  • Come back to WhatsApp listing page on Google Play
  • You should select an option to Update WhatsApp beta build version
  • Update the application

Cheers, you are now running the newest WhatsApp beta build for Android. This comes with provision for WhatsApp free video conference calls and other new topographies.

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