WhatsApp set to bring Video Calling to its over 1 billion users
The Facebook owned instant messaging app set to bring video calling to its over 1 billion users. By popular demand Video calling has been largely expected on the world’s most used messaging app.
WhatsApp video chats will be available across iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. The instant messaging app was initially designed to be easy and simple to use across various platforms; it started with im and Group Chat and then voice calling.
WhatsApp officially announced yesterday that WhatsApp video calling will be available in the coming days across multiple platforms and on thousands of device.
WhatsApp users will be empowered with the feature to make video calls with friends and family from anywhere around the world.
With over a billion monthly users WhatsApp says over the years it has received lots of requests from its users to include the video calling feature.
How to know if you have the video calling option:
Tap on the call icon in a conversation and you see two options; one for voice call and one for video call.
WhatsApp video calling will can be done from both the rear camera and front camera, which makes it very easy to switch and multitask while on video calling. It works both on landscape and portrait modes, the instant messaging app didn’t compromise its end-to-end encryption on its video calling feature.