WhatsApp Group Video Call up to Four members goes live. It reported the previous year that its service would begin offering free group video call on all platforms. Presently, that usefulness is running live alongside another component in the Android application.
Reported in a blog post the previous evening, WhatsApp’s group video calls are presently live on all platforms, Android included. These calls are accessible with up to four members and, similar to messages, everything is end-to-end scrambled. Both the Android and iOS variants of the application ought to have this choice live as of now.
Over the last couple years, people have enjoyed making voice and video calls on WhatsApp. In fact, our users spend over 2 billion minutes on calls per day. We’re excited to announce that group calls for voice and video are coming to WhatsApp starting today.
You can make a group call with up to four people total – anytime and anywhere. Just start a one-on-one voice or video call and tap the new “add participant” button in the top right corner to add more contacts to the call.
However, this feature in India is not Live till now, at least as per the repetitive check from our team we weren’t able to make group video calls.
Alongside bunch video calls, it appears it is revealing a helpful new element for its Android application. As per the new, a few users reporting another “Mark as Read” notification from the application. This choice is taking off to some through the beta variant of the application and appears just be a server-side change until further notice. Ideally, this is something that will take off generally soon, as it’s an exceptional useful element to have.