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July 31, 2018 Tuesday 01:33:24 PM IST

WhatsApp Group Video & Voice Calling Feature Out

Technology Inceptions

WhatsApp, one among the popular messaging application in the world has brought a new feature of connecting upto 4 people in voice as well as in video calls, to make daily communication a lot easy and take it to a different level.

Video calls have been supported by WhatsApp for a long time, but was limited to two participants. They are now starting to add group video calling to its iOS and Android versions and it will accommodate up to four people for now.

Another feature from WhatsApp helps people detect forwarded messages now in the chat app. A forwarded label at the top of the message lets users know if it is a forwarded message. This feature could be helpful to do away with spam and fake messages in the chat app.


(Indebted to various sources)

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