The WhatsApp messenger, owned by Facebook since 2014 following a buyback of up to $ 19 billion, continues to expand its list of features.
Before, the focuswas solely on text messages and voice notes, the application has the additional ability to make calls from users in the last spring.
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Logically enough, the next step in its development is to establish video calls. After all, all other competitors are making video calls, Facebook Messenger to Skype or Viber.
It is then no surprise that screenshots of a development version have been spotted on the canvas, therefore allows us to imagine how the video calls will look like once it’s available for all users.
The interface is uncluttered with colors – mainly green – conform to what we are used to seeing on WhatsApp.
The images were apparently captured from an iPhone, but it is likely that this feature affects both android and iOS versions.
By cons, no information was available regarding the arrival of video calls for the general public. Catches have been made since the last version of the program (v220.127.116.11), we can nevertheless expect this to happen quickly.