WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned company, lately rolled out some appealing features in order to improve the user experience of the app. Now, the firm is experimenting to a new feature that will allow the people to toggle between video and voice calls. Apart from this, WhatsApp is supposedly operating on a new app, aimed towards other businesses.
As per a Twitter account that follows modifications in beta builds of WhatsApp, WaBetaInfo, WhatsApp is experimenting a new aspect on Android that will permit the people to toggle to video calls from voice calls (and vice versa). Presently, people have to conclude a video or voice call in order to toggle amongst them.
WaBetaInfo has also observed a modification in the user interface of the app. Post the roll out of the new feature, it appears that people will have a fresh button for video call located at the end of the display, when they make a voice call. Consequently, if people want to toggle between the call, then they just require to click on the button for video to start the call and activate the camera. As soon as this is done, the receiver will get a pop up asking if they wish to reject or accept the call.
Apart from this, WaBetaInfo has disclosed that the company is operating on a fresh app for medium and small companies. The app will be obtainable on mobile platforms for iOS, Android, and Windows 10. Companies will be allowed to communicate with their consumers and vice versa utilizing this app.
In this app, WhatsApp will confirm the businesses and while making a business account, the firms will not be allowed to modify the name but only the display pictures. The firms will also have their personal PSA accounts, where both customers and businesses will be told about the significant modifications in the app.
Rumors are also in the market saying that WhatsApp will be soon rolling out the revoke and recall feature for its service consumers. The firm has not yet rolled out the feature, but as per the online reports, the feature will be soon accessible for users with Windows phones.