Can you really tell us the The Difference Between iPhone Users and Android users? if your answer is yes; thats cool. Whatsapp, the $19 billion app used by approximately a billion people globally, might finally be on their way to launching video calls connectivity. According to report from Android police, the feature now works for some Android users, even without seeing an update. Nonetheless, anyone can try it by installing the latest beta (2.16.318), which is up on APK Mirror. If you do so, you’ll notice a camera icon next to your contacts and will be able to place video calls provided your friends have the feature, too.
According to close source, the feature wasn’t turned on for me in the latest release, but I was able to use it by installing the APK beta. Immediately after a friend called James Adebayo installed it too, I was able to place a video call between Nigeria and the UK. Both sound and video quality were excellent, though both of us were on WiFi with fast (1 Gbps and 60 Mbps) connections.
It’s good news for individuals who can spare the data, but Whatsapp users in the developing region like Nigeria, Ghana etc, might posibly stick with text unless they can get a solid connection. Even then, the most popular way to use video in many countries is to send short video clips back and forth, according to what NY Times recently reported.