WhatsApp Plans to Launch Video Calling Soon
WhatsApp, the largest text messaging App with 8 million users across the globe, has planned to introduce “video calling feature”. The introduction of “video calling feature” on a next messaging platform is not an easy task but it requires great efforts of App developers in order to handle the back-end stuff. But interestingly they are supported by the world largest company-Facebook. A the video calling feature was recently launched on the Facebook Messenger, and it now allowed users to make calls and see the people with whom they are talking.
WhatsApp has recently launched its “voice calling feature” on Android first and now exceeding the feature to other platforms as well. After bringing “voice calling feature” to Android, they rolled it out on iOS as well as the Blackberry OS. News confirms that the voice calling feature is now coming to Windows Phone real soon. It could be launched as early as next week.
To make sure that you get all the newest features, keep your WhatsApp updated to the latest version from Android Play Store. The app has also been updated to match the new material design on Android 5.0 Lollipop. Whereas, on other platforms like iOS, Blackberry etc., the user interface remains the same, without any huge changes.
WhatsApp is improving day by day while Facebook Messenger is more concerned in focusing on new market, which has generated a huge competition among other Apps like Skype and Viber.