WhatsApp Voice Calling Feature Available on Android, Need a Invite to Get It

By Vigneshwar

A cross platform messaging app, Whatsapp messenger, which allows user to send messages, now added the latest feature of voice calling. To get this feature, Android users need to update to the latest version and then find out a friend who already has the feature. After this, your friend, who has who has that facility should call you up to activate the facility.

If some one calls a user who has the older version of the app, the message tells the user that the app needs to be updated. The version of WhatsApp that supports calling is 2.11.528. Initially, when WhatsApp was testing this feature in a limited way, it worked only on Android phones running the Lollipop.

WhatsApp Voice Calling Feature Available on Android, Need a Invite

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In this the app's bar at the top features three primary tabs, one for text-based chats, one for contacts, and a new one for calls. Moreover, The WhatsApp calling feature doesn't require Android Lollipop. It also works on Android KitKat. For the better experience, use the Version 2.11.531, which is available directly from WhatsApp website.

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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.

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.

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