WhatsApp Video Calling Feature To Be Available On Windows Phone in 2016


I believe by now many of you probably knows, WhatsApp developers have kicked off beta programs for its instant messenger on all major mobile platforms: Talk of Android, iOS, and even Windows phone. But you must understand that not many have access to beta builds. Well the good news is those lucky to have been
accepted into these beta programs offer inside information on the features WhatsApp continues to add through updates. First the very latest version of WhatsApp beta for iOS devices recently made its way into testers' hands and one of the new features that i discover from a German blog talking of Macerkopf.de claims it has been added is video calling.

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Inasmuch as i understand that WhatsApp developers are now testing the video calling feature only on iOS platform, but i suspect if tests are completed successfully, then it will be made available on Windows phone, too. Unfortunately, Microsoft's mobile platform are likely to be the last to receive the WhatsApp Messenger video calling feature, as the application is far behind its counterparts from other operation systems.

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Facebook plans to introduce some new features to its WhatsApp application, including multiple messaging tabs that should enable dynamic switching between different instant messenger like Viber, Skype, FaceTime and Messenger. In-fact one of my friend that received access to the latest WhatApp beta for iOS, said the application allows user to send or even receive video calls directly via Wi-Fi or GSM networks.

The screenshots show the new feature provides users with the ability to preview their face in a small window, as well as the option to reposition the preview windows on the iPhone's display. Indeed currently WhatsApp Messenger offer VoIP that is (voice over IP)  feature on all mobile platforms, including Android, iOS and even Windows Phone.

For all i know the video calling feature have come to stay, but Windows Phone, are likely to be the last to receive it.

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