Already long ago that WhatsApp included the possibility to make calls of voice, but also long ago that we are waiting for video to be included (and native app for Apple Watch…). So it seems, we can soon videollamar with the application of most widely used Messaging on the planet, since the video calls are already enabled by default in the latest betas of WhatsApp.
WhatsApp has already sent version 2.16.13 Apple and is expected to be available in the App Store in the middle of this week. Which have tested (with Wi-Fi) some of them latest betas ensure that the quality of the image is good, something that me surprises taking in has that them calls of voice is hear many times with certain delay or lag. That Yes, be worth having a good plan data or connected to the Wi-Fi because a call for 50 seconds will consume more than 6mb, by what we can think that consumption will be, more or less, 7mb min.
The video calls of WhatsApp are enabled by default in to the last beta
WhatsApp VideoCall interface will allow us to take the call, hang up, set a reminder or send a message. Remember that there is an SDK that integrates third-party applications on the phone of iOS app, so the interface looks a lot like Apple’s own. On the other hand, we can start a video call from WhatsApp from the phone application that we have installed by default in iOS 10.
When will the next version be available? Maybe no one knows some, but we can begin to mark on Wednesday as the day in which we can begin to make video calls using WhatsApp and on December 25 and January 1 as two days in which the world most widely used messaging application will not function properly.