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Whatsapp voice and face time now available for desktop users

HIGHLIGHTS

  • WhatsApp is reportedly rolling out the audio and video calls for the  web and desktop app
  • The rollout is extremely restricted currently, however all WhatsApp web and desktop app users ought to get the feature within few weeks
  • WhatsApp web and the desktop app currently only supports messages. 
Whatsapp voice and face time now available for desktop users

WhatsApp web and desktop app users are excited to know that, they’ll now not got to reach out to their phones to perform voice and video calls from the app. As per the latest report by WABetaInfo, the WhatsApp desktop version (both app and web) is obtaining voice and video career options, which will work similarly to the messages. which means your phone with WhatsApp needs an active internet connection if you’re victimization WhatsApp voice or audio career on the web or the desktop app. The update is reportedly rolling out, however just for a couple of WhatsApp web or desktop app users. A wider rollout that will bring the new WhatsApp feature to all or any users during the coming few weeks.

Whatsapp voice and face time now available for desktop user

Users who have received the feature are able to see the WhatsApp voice and video career buttons within the chat header, next to the search icon. The buttons go with a ‘beta’ label, which can seemingly escape once all the bugs are removed and therefore the WhatsApp web voice and video call feature for desktop reach wider audiences.

WhatsApp introduced voice and video career to app users back in 2015 and 2016. The feature permits users to put calls to their contacts, who also are on the social communication app via internet connection. It doesn’t need a vigorous recharge, simply having a stable net affiliation is enough. The move to feature video and voice career options to the web or desktop app is appreciated by billions of active WhatsApp users as calls to co-workers and friends from the desktop became an even bigger part of the common day than ever before.

Ronil Thakkar
Ronil is a content writer. He loves to explore tech related content on the internet. When he is not writing a blog, you will find him playing video games or Binge-watch.
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