WhatsApp introduces group video calling to Android & IPhone users

WhatsApp’s new group video calling feature is now available to users on Android and iOS.
It’s now easier to start group voice and video calls.
Users can chat with up to three others simultaneously, regardless of their location. WhatsApp says the feature has been designed to work even over unreliable network connections, so you have no excuse not to stay in touch.
WhatsApp first promised group video and voice calls for its 1.5 billion active users in May during the Facebook F8 developer conference. Until now, only one-to-one conversations have been supported.
Now up to four people can get involved.
Not everyone uses an iPhone with FaceTime. Not everyone uses Facebook anymore. But almost everybody is using WhatsApp to keep in touch with friends, family, and colleagues regardless of their location or the platform they’re using.

Just tap the call button in groups or select “New group call” when starting a new call in the calls tab. Group calls support up to 4 participants..

Group calls, just like text messages, are end-to-end encrypted, and WhatsApp says they’ve been designed to work reliably around the world “in different network conditions.”

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