Finally WhatsApp Video and Voice Calling Involves Desktop app Version

WhatsApp is a multiplatform messaging app and it is free. It lets you make video and voice calls and send text messages and also more. It has over 2 billion active users, WhatsApp is especially popular among friends and family. Who live in different countries and want to stay in touch. For installing WhatsApp go to Play Store, then search for WhatsApp. Tap Install under WhatsApp Messenger.

Open the WhatsApp and continue to the next screen by agreeing to the Terms of Services. Verify your phone number.  WhatsApp announced end-to-end encrypted voice and video involves desktop app version. And also shared a link to download the app on your computer.

WhatsApp announced end-to-end encrypted voice and video calling

After much anticipation, popular messaging app WhatsApp has finally unrolled voice and video call support for its desktop app on Thursday. An enormous relief for those that are sitting most of the time ahead of their computers. And dealing on WhatsApp web, because of the work-from-home environment.

Finally WhatsApp video and voice calling involves Desktop app version

WhatsApp announced end-to-end encrypted voice and video involves its desktop app version. And also shared a link to download the app on computer. Company said that voice and video calls on WhatsApp are end-to-end encrypted so WhatsApp can’t hear. Or see an equivalent whether you call from phone or computer. They will give everyone a reliable and high-quality experience. They are going to be expanding this feature to incorporate group voice and video calls within the future.

With a user base of over 2 billion across the earth, WhatsApp said it processed over 1.4 billion calls on New Year day usage tends to peak on the Facebook-owned platform. Covid-19 pandemic led to an entire overhaul of the work scenario within the world. Where most were asked to figure and coordinate from home rather than coming to the office. The new feature of voice and video calls within the desktop version of the app will aim to require on its rival videos calling apps like Zoom, Google Meet etc.

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