Facebook owned, WhatsApp is one of the biggest messaging applications with about 1.5 billion users. India is among its best markets with more than 200 million clients. WhatsApp has now come up with yet another update for its users. To encourage video calling, Whatsapp announced an update which would enable users to easily switch from voice call to video call.
WhatsApp current version one must end a voice call before changing to a video call. To encourage video calling, Whatsapp announced an update which would enable users to easily switch from voice call to video call.
WhatsApp new version includes a new video call switch button during a voice call. Individuals can tap on the icon to change to video call automatically, notwithstanding when they’re on a voice call. The person on the other side will get a request for video call, which can either be accepted or rejected.
If the user accepts the request, it will automatically change from voice to video Nonetheless, on the off chance that the user chooses to reject the video call ask for, voice call will continue as such. This feature is not available for group calls.
As per the report on WABetaInfo, the feature currently works on Android devices with Android 6.0 and above. The beta version gives users access to new features ahead of public rollout.
This feature is currently constrained to Android beta testers. Those keen on turning into a beta tester, can make a beeline for Google Play Store. The company is supposed to roll out UPI (United Payments Interface) -based payments in India and it is also testing new services, businesses in the country, according to reports.