WhatsApp rolls out voice-calling feature for all Android users

After rolling out the beta version to selected users, WhatsApp has finally released the voice-calling feature to all Android users. The latest version can be downloaded from Google Play Store as well as from the official WhatsApp website.

WhatsApp has rolled out its calling feature that is available on running version 2.11.528 from the Play Store, version 2.11.531 from WhatsApp’s website or it can be activated after users get “invited” by receiving a call.

According to Androidpolice.com, the feature gets activated after users receive a call on whatsapp from someone who already has it. After the call, Whatsapp is activated immediately after the app is closed and reopened again.

Once activated, there will be a 3-tab layout on the whatsapp homescreen showing calls, chats and contacts. The calls tab shows incoming, outgoing and missed calls with precise timings.

With over a billion downloads on Android, WhatsApp is the most popular instant messaging app. It has over 700 million monthly active users worldwide.

Posted by on March 15, 2015. Filed under Technology. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.