In competition with Viber, Skype and other apps, Whatsapp has added voice calling feature recently. The company rolled out the feature gradually to the Android users and now it is available for all. And if you have another platform like iOS, probably, you have to wait for some time, as they are already in beta version.
Initially, a Reddit userpradnesh07, even got the feature activated on his phone. According to the images posted, users who receive the voice-calling feature will notice an icon for it, beside the Chats and Contacts tabs.
So if you feel left behind, don't worry, we have jotted down the steps for you, on how to get the Whatsapp calling feature on your smartphone. So here it is:
Step 1: First of all, update your Whatsapp via Playstore to version 2.12.5 or above, otherwise if you don't get the update you can download the 2.12.7 from here. Then install it.
Step 2: After updating, tell one of your friends, who has the Whatsapp calling feature to call you.
Step 3: You have to receive the call, wait for few seconds, and disconnect it. [Note: Giving missed call wont work]
Step 4: Once the call is disconnected, you will get to see a new tab "calls" in the Whatsapp on your phone.
Now you are Whatsapp Voice calling feature activated customer. WhatsApp Messenger is an instant messaging app for smartphones, which is send to send images, video, and audio media messages. This application is available in all the platforms including Android, iOS, Windows, Blackberry etc.
Indeed, WhatsApp is the mostly used popular messaging app with more than 600 million active users, with India alone boasting a user base of more than 70 million. According to the company report, this app has surpassed 700 million users, during Jan 2015.