WhatsApp officially launched video calling on Tuesday, and the feature is now being rolled out to Android, iPhone, and Windows users. Updated WhatsApp with support for video calling for Android and iPhone has officially been released, so you simply need to update the feature to make your first video call. If your iOS or Android device is not set to receive automatic updates, or if you are not sure if WhatsApp has been updated, simply go to the App Store or Google Play and check for available updates.
If you don’t see the video calling option, or if WhatsApp video calling is not working, or if WhatsApp video calls are giving you an error, you could download the WhatsApp beta version APK to see if things work any better. Follow the steps below if you cannot wait for WhatsApp video calling.
Note that we advice that you wait for the WhatsApp video calling feature to show up on your phone, since that also helps the server load manageable. But if you are convinced you want to start video calls right now, follow these steps.
How to get WhatsApp video calling feature right now
The WhatsApp video calling feature was recently introduced in the beta builds of WhatsApp for Android and Windows Mobile. You can signup for the betas to get early access to WhatsApp video calling.
Follow these steps to sign up for the WhatsApp beta program and enable WhatsApp video calling on Android:
Open Google Play and search for WhatsApp
Open WhatsApp’s Google Play listing
Scroll dow towards the bottom of the page
In the section that says Become a beta tester tap on I’M IN
Confirm on the next screen and wait for a few minutes
Come back to WhatsApp listing page on Google Play
You should see an option to Update WhatsApp to beta version
Update the app
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