WhatsApp To Get Voice Call Support Soon [Leak]

By Vivek
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It had been a while that news relating to VoIP feature on WhatsApp had not appeared online. However, the rumors and leaks about the voice call feature on the most popular messaging app has made its way to the headlines again.

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The new screenshots that have been leaked confirms the previous leaks that showed signs of voice call feature on WhatsApp. Back in September, a leaked pop-up menu hinted at Voice Calling feature. The menu was apparently for iPhone users who failed to give permission to the WhatsApp messaging app, to use the microphone on the phone. The leaked message even specifically mentions Voice Calls.

WhatsApp To Get Voice Call Support Soon [Leak]

 

According to PhoneArena's tipster, who is using WhatsApp apk version 2.11.426 "in the folder drawable-hdpi-v11 & v4," he came across the icons that you will be excited to see. Yes! Its the Voice Calling feature that is written all over the screenshot that the tipster highlighted.

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Earlier this year, Facebook purchased WhatsApp at $21 billion and WhatsApp has been exponentially growing. In India the messaging app recorded user-base of more than 70 million.

Although, it is not sure when the WhatsApp will roll out the new VoIP feature, it can be expected soon.

Stay tuned to GizBot fore more updates!

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