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WhatsApp launches video-calling feature
MUMBAI: Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp has launched its video-calling feature for its over 1 billion users worldwide on iOS, Android and Windows devices.
This will allow WhatsApp, which has a massive user base, to stop fleeing to other messaging and calling platforms like Skype and Viber.
Users will have to press the call button in the top right corner of a conversation. The interstitial will ask if you want to voice or video call.
In India, WhatsApp has 160 million monthly active users (MAUs), the highest in any country. It is available in 10 different native languages.