The popular instant messaging service WhatsApp has today confirmed that it is going to introduce the video calling feature on its app. The company was previously testing this service on the beta version of the app, and some users were able to use it. The company received great feedback from the users, and now it is all set to unveil this feature for all of its users.
The users from all around the world were requesting WhatsApp to launch video calling feature, some other messaging apps including Facebook Messenger, Skype, FaceTime, Viber, LINE and Google Duo already support the video-calling feature, now WhatsApp has also entered in the competition of the video calling apps.
WhatsApp has said that it is launching the video calling feature on its Android and iOS App. More than two billion people from all around the world use WhatsApp to talk to their friends or family members, and now they will be able to not only enjoy the voice calling feature but also the video calling feature.
For using the WhatsApp video calling feature, it is recommended to use a powerful Internet connection. You can use 3G or 4G-LTE if the network signals are active. If you have a strong Wi-Fi connection, you can use it to enjoy the WhatsApp video calling.
How to use WhatsApp video calling feature?
To use video call service, the user has to tap the call button in the top-right corner of a chat; a menu will appear with two options, i.e., “Voice Call” and “Video Call.” To start a video call, just touch the “Video Call” option. For detailed information on how to use WhatsApp video calling, click here to read the guide.
Moreover, while using the video call feature, a user can quickly switch between the front and rear camera. The user can mute a call if he/she does not want to hear the voice of the other user.