WhatsApp joined the likes of Skype, FaceTime, Messenger, Viber and Google Duo when it announced video calling feature on Monday.
The app, which was created by former Yahoo engineers and acquired by
Facebook in 2014 for a reported fee of $19 billion, currently has over a
billion users. The feature rollout is staged and will be hitting
different parts of the globe at different times. It’s not yet clear
which parts will receive the function first but everyone should be able
to use it soon. The function aligns alongside Voice Call option when you
hit the call button whose position depends on your device.
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