WhatsApp has introduced ‘Video Call’ for Android users


The popular messaging app WhatsApp has introduced   ‘Video Call’ for Android users.  The messenger app has rolled out on the beta version smartphone.  But unfortunately, users of non-beta version can’t get this update yet. They can talk with their contacts with a voice call yet.  However, they can see the Video Calling UI on their app; they can’t get access to it.  If they tap on the video button, which has shown in a call log, there will display an error message.


Users can get access to video calls either by tapping on call button or tapping on the contact card. After tapping on one of them, users will get two options there-video call and voice call.

What’s more, users can see recently made video calls by using camera icon.  For video calling, users can choose front or rear camera.

Users can call back on missed calls, by tapping on the notification of missed calls.

Right now, WhatsApp’s video calling feature is available only on Android and Windows devices.  There hasn’t any confirmation about its arrival on iOS devices yet.

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