WhatsApp for desktops has made it easy to keep the discussion going even while you’re away from your telephone, or possibly you simply incline toward the composing experience of a full-sized keyboard (who doesn’t?).

In any case, you actually need to re-visitation of your mobile to make a video or voice call. Indeed, not any longer. WhatsApp is revealing the capacity to settle on and get decisions directly on your desktop screen, beginning with those on the beta version of the application.

The alternatives to settle on audio and video calls have begun showing up for some beta clients, next to the search button at the top of the chat window — both bearing the beta tag, as appeared in the included pictures. In the interim, approaching calls show up in a more modest separate window, from where you can either pick or decline the call. A comparative UI shows up with a couple of essential controls for ongoing calls also.

Unfortunately, downloading the most recent beta version of WhatsApp for Android doesn’t ensure that the calling highlight will show up for you on the web or the desktop application.

None of us here at AP have these alternatives yet; WhatsApp is clearly going for a progressive rollout and is organizing the desktop application over its site. You can in any case attempt your luck by downloading the most recent WhatsApp beta from APK Mirror and see for yourself.

Topics #WhatsApp #WhatsApp voice and video calls