Since a longtime, Android clients have been holding up to enjoy video calling on WhatsApp simply like Windows phone clients. Also, it appears that their hold up has at last arrived at an end, implied WABetaInfo. It tweeted: “I received a report about video calls on WhatsApp for Android (NO ROOT). Are they finalizing the server to enable video calls?”
On October 20, OneWindows.es, a Spanish site, has reported that numerous Windows Phone clients are presently ready to see the alternative to make video calls in WhatsApp beta application. The site aditionally refered to that the clients did not need to re-install the application for utilizing the video calling alternative as there was a server-side change.
How to make a video Call on Whatsapp :
Most importantly, you should have the most recent version of WhatsApp, i.e. WhatsApp 2.16.318 version and the APK of that is accessible as a beta application because this version is not yet available on Google Play store.You can download the latest whatsapp apk from below link.
The most important think to note is that you should ask for the other individual whom you are attempting to make a video call, to update the application as well. Just if both the users are on the most recent version, you will see the video calling being possible. After the official update is finished by WhatsApp on Google Play Store,you won’t have to download the APK of the application.
After installing the Whatsapp app, you will find a Call button on chat screen and after tapping on that you will see two options
After tapping on Video Call, you will see your camera and if the WhatsApp user on the opposite side has the most recent version of the application can get the call. If not, then there will be a error message.