WhatsApp finally launches video calls for Android, iOS and Windows Phone


Already one of the most widely used means of communicating of the world, it appears WhatsApp now expects to compete with services like Skype and FaceTime.

Video phoning has been formally started by the program, and the attribute will be rolling out its around one billion users worldwide over another day or two on the Windows Phone program, Android and iOS.

In keeping with the data security standards of WhatsApp, the new video calling feature will be completely encrypted, protecting calls.

‘We’re because we understand that occasionally voice and text only aren’t enough introducing this attribute,’ the firm said.

‘There’s no replacement for seeing your daughter’s face while she’s studying abroad, or observing your grandchild take her first steps.’

WhatsApp, which boasts a lot more than a billion users worldwide, embraced end to end encryption early in 2013, making it impossible for the government or business authorities to read messages or listen to calls.