09 May 2016, CALIFORNIA: Instant messaging service, WhatsApp is reportedly working to bring video call support. According to Android Police, WhatsApp is testing the same with its beta version for iOS users.
Earlier this week, WhatsApp was rumoured to work on other supports like links, zip file sharing, voicemail and NFC tags. It was also said that WhatsApp is working on a fully-fledged desktop version, a version that does not require phone to be connected to internet.
Although the rumours of video calling on WhatsApp dates back to December, it is currently surfacing the news lines Android Police published screenshots from users, who assisted in translating WhatsApp to various other languages. The report says the users had received a screen stating “Couldn’t Place Call”.
Facebook owned WhatsApp which has more than a billion users, circulates around 42 billion messages and 1.6 billion photos daily. It also shares 250 million videos, thus making it arguably the most popular chat application.
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