NEW DELHI: WhatsApp has finally started rolling out the much-awaited video calling feature to its users. However, so far the update is only available for Windows Phone users. The feature, as per multiple reports, comes enabled by default as a part of an update to the v2.16.260 WhatsApp Beta.
To make a video call, users simply need to click on the calling button and choose between ‘Voice’ and ‘Video’ calling options. The option also allows users to change from front camera to rear camera and mute the call. In addition, users would get notified when they miss a call. To call back, they can tap on the same menu.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp recently rolled out an update for users of iOS operating system. The update, already available on WhatsApp for Android app, brings key features of Snapchat and Instagram Stories to the messaging app.
The update version 2.16.12 allows iOS users to draw and add emojis to an image or a video. iOS users can choose any image or video in their smartphone’s library and doodle on it with different brush sizes and font styles, something that has been there on Snapchat and Instagram Stories for a while.