WhatsApp Beta gets Call Back and Voicemail features

WhatsApp rolls out its voice calling feature

When web enthusiastic are still in the hangover of a newly upgraded version of Whatsapp highlighting new font style, the instant messaging site has brought up another Beta version with the features of call back and voicemail options.

Isn’t awesome? In the earlier week, WhatsApp launched its updated Beta version and this week, with another beta feature, Whatsapp is ready to rule over the social networking arena. The billions of Whatsapp users are going to enjoy call back and voicemail features with the newly upgraded Whatsapp version v2.16.189 of the app.

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What’s new in this upgraded WhatsApp v2.16.189?

After newly designed and launched font style, Android beta users now can enjoy getting the call back and voicemail features with the upgraded WhatsApp v2.16.189.

The users can get the option of call back or leave voicemail on their screen if their call gets rejected or disconnected. When in the previous version of Whatsapp, the users have the option of calling; these two new features like a callback and voicemail are the extensions of that feature.

If you want to see, how this version works, simply call to another number, if no one picked up your call or rejected it, you will find the option of call back and voicemail flashing on your screen. Your Whatsapp screen will flash a push message stating four options like “call declined, Cancel, Call Back, and Voicemail.” Click on your preferable option, otherwise, tap on cancel.

This latest version of Whatsapp is already sent to Google Play Store for testing and Beta users now can download it through Play Store beta testing program. However, there is no clue about the availability of this version on iOS and other Android versions. But the users are expecting Whatsapp soon to launch these upgrades available to other Android versions.

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