Tuesday, May 17, 2016

WhatsApp is testing video calls for Android – BBC

Developers messenger WhatsApp test video calls. A new feature has been available in beta messenger for Android-devices, reports The Verge.

Video calls were only for those users who participated in the testing of a new version of the application. The publication believes this is due to the fact that developers have WhatsApp can remotely enable or disable the possibility of making video calls. Similarly, the company is ready for voice calls, run.

It is expected that an updated functional messenger will pose an even greater threat to Skype, FaceTime, Hangouts and Facebook Messenger.

Previously, the company ESET reported the appearance of a new type of Internet fraud in the messenger WhatsApp, in which users are asked to activate the video call.


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