WhatsApp Launched Video Calling For Everyone Finally, WhatsApp began to release on Monday the video calling feature for all users of android, iPhone, and Windows Mobile. Company’s co-founder jan Koum told Reuters that video calls are going to be extended to 180countries within hours after the feature is introduced in india.
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WhatsApp Launched Video Calling For Everyone
The instant messaging application WhatsApp began to release on Monday the video calling feature for all users of golem, iPhone, and Windows Mobile. Later on, weekday launched the video vocation feature for its Indian users. The novelty was being tested a few weeks ago in the beta version of the messaging application.
“Video calling is one among the foremost requested options from people in india. We’re proud to own the opportunity to launch this feature in india, wherever we currently have 160 million users, and that we expect to seeing people use WhatsApp to talk to their friends and loved ones face to face,” same jan Koum, the CEO, and Co-Founder of WhatsApp.
The operation is incredibly just like voice calls: simply open a chat window, tap the phone icon and from the menu that seems, choose the Video call option. But, the decision will be connected only to users who have already got the feature enabled or employing a beta version of WhatsApp.
Earlier the instant messaging electronic messaging electronic communication application WhatsApp started with messaging and group Chat, later it added the voice calling feature. But, currently finally the moment messagingapplication WhatsApp started rolling out the Video calling feature as well.
“We want to make these options available to everyone, not just those who can afford the most expensive new phones or live in countries with the best cellular networks,” WhatsApp added. Hence, “we’re obsessed with making sure that voice and video work well even on low-end phones,” Koum said.
However, with the addition of the video calling feature, now WhatsApp can compete with the Apple’s FaceTime, Microsoft-owned Skype, and Google’s fresh launched duo – among others – for a share of the video calling market.