Recently, the instant messaging app Whatsapp, released an voice calling feature for the Android feature, keeping the iOS users to wait. But now the wait is over. According to a report, voice calling has made its entry in the iOS platform, but available only in the beta version (v. 220.127.116.114).
This update brings some changes in the UI, and the users can make a call, when they have a telephone icon, on the side of the display picture. In case of calling, after pressing the call button, it leads to a calling screen, which is quite similar to iPhone's default calling screen, but with a word "Whatsapp calling".
Moreover, there is a 'Recent' button, on the bottom of the tab, which shows the call history, which you have received, called and missed. As of now, its in the beta version, we are expecting it to be rolled out soon for the iOS users.
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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.
Moreover, 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.