Because WhatsApp was bought by the giant Facebook, gradually it has witnessed many changes and updates in a constant evolution. While the rumor that thought Whatsapp implement its functionality extended video call. Several screenshots of the beta version iOS WhatsApp have emerged in the network. And in these catches you could be seen as a call option was a video on the top right of the chat screen.
WhatsApp underwent many changes in recent times. Voice calls, support PDF files, the limit of the group increased, and implementation of end to end encryption. Now plans to compete with video services like FaceTime and Skype. WhatsApp poses to initiate video calls in the next update will come to iOS and Android.
WHATSAPP WILL HAVE VIDEO CALLS BEFORE WHAT WE HOPE
The beta version currently available for iOS devices is version 220.127.116.113. And according to the video call option speculates it will be launched in just over a week with the arrival of version 18.104.22.1685. iOS users can also test the beta version, however the iPhone must have installed Cydia and try this beta version via jailbreak.
Skype and Facebook Messenger are widely preferred platforms for video calls. While the audio message feature was introduced to the App last year, and today is the most commonly used features.
There is something more if we believe a little more on rumors and speculation. Developers are building a new desktop application. Which offer the option of video call applications for Whatsapp on desktop operating systems like Windows and Mac OS X. Although on this is not yet confirmed anything.
Previously, it was reported that WhatsApp for Android and IOS will bring many new features: redial, voice mail, and the ability to share zip files.