WhatsApp releases voice-calling feature for Android users

Published March 15th, 2015 - 07:37 GMT
The voice-calling can be activated is by receiving a call from someone whose voice-calling is already activated.
The voice-calling can be activated is by receiving a call from someone whose voice-calling is already activated.

The voice-calling can be activated is by receiving a call from someone whose voice-calling is already activated.

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After multiple flip-flops, WhatsApp has finally released the voice-calling feature for all Android users. You will need to download version 2.11.528 from the Play Store or version 2.11.531 from the WhatsApp website. 

According to AndroidPolice, the voice-calling can be activated is by receiving a call from someone whose voice-calling is already activated. After you get the call, you need to close and then reopen the app. After that, instead of seeing the most recent chats, you will get three tabs namely Calls, Chats and Contacts. The call tab shows incoming, outgoing and missed calls at the precise times. 

This time around WhatsApp has decided to keep the invite-window open for longer duration. Unlike some weeks back when WhatsApp had kept the invite-window open only for a couple of hours. 

WhatsApp has been beta-testing the voice-calling feature for quite a while now. We had earlier seen, how WhatsApp was testing this calling feature in India.

 

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