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WhatsApp Free Voice Calling Feature May Be The Huge Update In Early 2015

WhatsApp Free Voice Calling Feature May Be The Huge Update In Early 2015

by Abhishek VoheraDecember 24, 2014

WhatsApp has been working in very focus to introduce new features and make a user friendly app to use.  It have been reported since very long time that WhatsApp developers have been working to add Free Voice Calling Feature into the WhatsApp. The year 2014 is about to end and at this time a reputed website have shared few screenshots of WhatsApp Free Voice Calling feature.

Many rivals of WhatsApp such as Hike, Line, Viber, Facebook Messenger already have this feature and WhatsApp, world’s biggest instant messenger with 600 million+ active users, coming with this free voice calling feature will surely give them lead and the change the whole game of Instant Messengers.

WhatsApp Free Voice Calling Feature

However, these above screenshot are just leaks and there is no proof of its authenticity. Jan Koum, WhatsApp CEO, said in an industry conference that the company will surely be rolling out voice calling feature in Q1 2015. That is why, we at Above Android are expecting that WhatsApp Free Voice Calling Feature May Be The Huge Update In Early 2015.

Since a few versions back asking the Google Play Store version of WhatsApp for permission to turn on Bluetooth. This has to do with the call feature of WhatsApp: Bluetooth can be enabled to connect to a Bluetooth headset. The interface is also fairly straightforward.

So all the signs are towards a huge update from whatsapp in the coming year 2015 and will enjoy this amazing feature for free. For more updates regarding WhatsApp Free Voice Calling Feature stay connected with Above Android.

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Abhishek Vohera
Abhishek Vohera is the Founder and Chief Editor at Above Android. He is from Mumbai, India. Abhishek is a Software Engineer at Multi-National Company by profession and Blogger and SEO expert by passion. He is crazy about Android and a true Google Fan Boy.