WhatsApp Latest Version To Receive Video Calling Feature
WhatsApp is one of the most used messaging mobile applications out there, being used by over 900 million people who login every day and chat with their loved ones. We remind you that the application has received the Voice Calling feature in May 2015 and since then, we’ve told you that there are very high chances that this application will receive a Video Calling feature.
Oh well, according to some reports, the Video Calling feature is about to be released to WhatsApp sometime soon.
In concordance with BGR, the WhatsApp version 22.214.171.124 for iOS may come with Video Calling Feature. The same website has posted some leaked photos showing the Video Calling feature on a WhatsApp application.
According to rumors, the WhatsApp Video Calling feature is currently in the testing phase and it will take a while until the public will be able to access it. The developers will most likely finalize the details of the design pretty fast and the feature will be available for the public sometime in early 2016.
Unfortunately, WhatsApp hasn’t confirmed that the Video Calling feature will be brought to its application. Currently, you can make only Voice Calls on WhatsApp and only if you have a device that runs on either Android, iOS, BlackBerry 10 or Windows Phone.
By bringing the Video Calling feature to WhatsApp, the developers are pretty sure that there will be many people who will want to install the application on their smartphones. At the same time, the WhatsApp application will be able to compete with other applications such as Skype.
Since the Voice Calling feature is currently available for the WhatsApp version for Android, iOS, Blackberry 10 and Windows Phone, it is expected that the WhatsApp Video Calling feature will also be available for the mentioned operating systems.
Since the WhatsApp Voice Calling feature was firstly released for the Android OS version, the developers of WhatsApp will most likely consider bringing the Video Calling feature to this operating system first.