One of the most used and popular instant messaging mobile application has already been acquired by Facebook and yet the app is making more and more improvements. Now the latest news regarding the app has arrived online which suggests that the voice calling feature will soon be brought in the app.
However, the voice call integration in the messaging app had already been in the rumors since the beginning of the year. In February, CEO Jan Koum promised that Whatsapp would feature voice calling by second quarter of the year. Voice calling will surely be one of the most needed features for Whatsapp users across the world.
The information from the software translation (who translates WhatsApp into Hindi) requests for the app, which involves volunteers for the translation process, reportedly said that the voice calling feature is indeed almost there. The translation request involved questions like ‘Label displayed in status bar notification for incoming call' and ‘Label displayed in status bar notification for outgoing call'.
In the mean time, Facebook has updated the mobile application with a new "I'm a voter" button and hike messenger app has also rolled out new stickers, which include cartoon stickers of famed politicians like Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi and others. Thus WhatsApp might also bring in something related to the General Election this year.