Until now, friends and family had limited options for video calls. After months of beta testing, WhatsApp gets the video call feature on all platforms. The feature has begun to deploy earlier today. The update also includes support for video calls, new feature for drawing in pictures, adding emoticons and adding another text before sharing it with your friends and other improvements of the user interface. The update of course also brings the usual bug fixes and performance improvements.
Earlier, the Facebook company, emphasized making video calls available to as many people as possible: worldwide, including places with less connectivity or where low-end devices are popular. This makes us think that there is some special code within the feature that can deal better with the lack of high speed internet.
After Facebook Messenger, Skype and other video-calling services WhatsApp joins the gang. You can test the function when you update the application to the latest version. Allows you to see when the application is pushed around the world.
The update is now available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone. You can go here and download the update as well.