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Whatsapp Commences Roll Out Of Video Calls For Android, iPhone And Windows Devices

After Beta testing of video Calling feature for the past months, Whatsapp as promised has finally started rolling out full video calling feature on updated versions of their chat app across major mobile platforms.

Those that have received the Whatsapp video call update can easily put a video call to other Whatsapp users that have also received the update and that have updated the app, and this can do so in similar manner that they make Voice call.

All they need to do to make video call is to initialize a chat with the person that they want to call and as if they want to make normal voice call, they should tap on the call icon, which will then pop up a menu to either choose voice call or video call, and finally they should select the video call option to start a video call.

During the video call, there is a feature to switch from front to back camera and vice versa and also available is the mute feature to silence any voice through the phones mic.

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Whatsapp video calling is coming the heel after Google recently launched video calling app Google Duo and also other social media app with video calling feature that would be a good test for Whatsapp video calling are Apple’s Facetime, Facebook Messenger, Skype etc.

The Whatsapp video calling feature as we earlier mentioned is gradually being rolled out starting this week, and is expected to go round in the coming weeks.

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