WhatsApp is finally rolling out its calling feature for iPhone users through a big update for the app. The app will now allow users to make calls over the Internet. This comes after the Facebook owned app launched the feature for Android users.
The feature is not currently available to all users, but most probably this is as a result of a staggered roll out. The update not only adds the ability to make calls over the Internet but also adds support for core iOS 8 features like share extensions which will allow users to share photos, videos and links from WhatsApp chats to other apps like Facebook and Twitter or even mail.
WhatsApp has also sped up the process of taking photos from within chats and made it easier for users so that they can share multiple videos simultaneously. The photos can also be edited within the app and users can crop and rotate the images. The update also allows users to edit their contacts from within the app.
Earlier in the week, the Facebook owned company also announced that it had crossed 800 million monthly active users, which means it is on target to cross 1 billion monthly active users in 2015.
It is also believed that the app will add the voice calling feature to the Windows Phone version.
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