Finally Whatsapp Video Calling Services Introduced

The large mobile messaging App Whatsapp has finally launched much-awaited video calling service to its users. The company owned by popular social networking website Facebook which has a huge number of users can now use Whatsapp Video Calling service across Android, iPhone, and Windows Phone devices.

The managers of the giant messaging app said that “we have received many emails and requests from our users for video calling service over many years. Finally, their wait is over, and here we are introducing Whatsapp Video Calling service to our users globally.”

To get this service, users can update the Whatsapp. Facebook has recently announced video calling service and now it is available in Whatsapp also. Whatsapp picked up by Facebook in 2014 for $19 billion which has over 150 million users in India.

Whatsapp and Facebook both are most popular in India and both have a huge user base and fastest growing in India. Currently, the popular messaging app provides facilities like messaging, group chat, and voice calling only. Now the newly introduced video calling service may take Whatsapp into another level undoubtedly.

How to Use Whatsapp Video Calling Service

The Facebook-owned company did not reveal any news about how the new feature will work. Latest reports saying that it will be end-to-end (E2E) encrypted.

To use this Whatsapp Video Calling feature: You have to open the chat option and select the phone icon in Whatsapp.

Whatsapp will show a video camera icon next to your contacts name when the feature is available. The video calling edge itself appears to be similar to the Facebook Messenger.

This gives the app an advantage over other neighboring apps like Messenger, Skype, and Duo. WhatsApp is very dedicated to make experience at equivalence with its competitors. And also continues to serve the Indian users with even more commitment.

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