WhatsApp continues to set a high bar as its planning to implement a new version on its built-in video call which might first workout for IPhone users.
Having WhatsApp to come across as one of the world’s leading social networks, with an estimation of two billion users worldwide it has set in major plans in boosting one of their favorite features such as their built-in video call.
This couldn’t have come at a better time as it has ultimately set the bar high against its social competitors such as Zoom, Skype, FaceTime to mention a few. However, their recent update may only be available to iPhone users.
With the national lockdown as a result of the global “coronavirus” pandemic video chat platforms have been considered to be one of the most increasingly popular apps in order to keep in touch with loved ones, attend online lectures and conduct formal meetings.
However, Android users will get such an opportunity for this recent update once it has been proven that it works out for the best, this will allow the current number of four people initiating on a video chat to escalate to a larger group once this feature has been implemented.
There are a number of things this upcoming version has to offer such as- increasing its visual, personalizing your settings to suit your preference, limitations of video calls and considering WhatsApp to be a business account you will be able to market your company through this platform.
Alternatively, ratings have shown that WhatsApp is a great platform to communicate let it be through chats or video calls, it has always shown credibility in reaching customer satisfaction and constantly improving their versions every now and again.
Written by: Trotmocia Ntuli