The updated WhatsApp client for Android has received support for group audio and video calls, becoming more similar to Skype. While innovation is available to a very limited audience of users who are members of the pre-test because it requires activation on the servers of the developer.
That WhatsApp will be able to create audio and video conferencing with simultaneous participation of several users, mark Zuckerberg announced at the Facebook conference F8, held in early may. Then the founder of the social network that owns the messenger promised that the group calls will appear in the application in the foreseeable future, without naming, however, exact timing.
It is expected that WhatsApp will open the function group audio and video calls for mass use within the next few weeks. However, if you can’t wait to try out the innovation now, you can always register in the pre-test, install the APK version of the messenger and begin to convene the conference.
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- App: WhatsApp Messenger
- Developer: WhatsApp Inc.
- Category: Communication
- Price: Free
- Download: Google Play