Popular instant messaging platform WhatsApp is known for constantly upgrading its features. Latest buzz doing the rounds is that WhatsApp has reportedly launched a feature in its beta version which allows voice and video calling option in groups.
WhatsApp beta for Android version 2.18.39 reportedly comes with the option to add members to a voice or video call on your respective groups.
This new feature is currently in beta mode, and it is not yet known if it will be rolled out as an official update.
WhatsApp had introduced the voice and video calling features back in 2015 for one-on-one conversations.
WhatsApp recently unveiled a new feature titled 'Live Location' for its iOS and Android user base, enabling users to share their location with friends and family in real time.