When there are so many apps available for calling and chatting, WhatsApp has finally decided to make itself complete package for its users.
After several flip-flops, WhatsApp has finally released the voice-calling feature for all Android users. Users would need to download new version i.e. 2.11.528 from the Play Store or version 2.11.531 from the WhatsApp website.
It was possible to activate voice-calling by receiving a call from someone who had voice calling already activated. After getting the call, users would need to close and then reopen the app.
Subsequently users would get to see three tabs namely Calls, Chats and Contacts instead of most recent chats. The call tab showing incoming, outgoing and missed calls at the precise times.
Indeed, WhatsApp for Android have boasted 1 billion downloads on Android alone, which made it only the second non-Google app to achieve the milestone.
When Viber, Skype, Line, Facebook calling and many other allow you to make calls the first social messenger has now made itself more compact.
Google Play publishes installation ranges for each app, and in WhatsApp's case this now showed as being between 1 billion and 5 billion downloads.
This did not, however mean that 1 billion people on Android were actively using the app. WhatsApp revealed it had 700 million monthly active users across iOS and Android, 70 per cent of whom were active each and every day.
The most favorite and worldwide used messenger now has it all so update your messenger to start benefiting. But the receiving call thing has made it bit lousy and people can’t keep waiting for a call on WhatsApp for activating the calling feature. They should make it appear automatically by the time someone update.