WhatsApp is a free instant messaging app for Android and iOS, but it’s also sporting a web-based variant, limited to texting and files sharing, though. WhatsApp is the most popular application of its type on Android and iOS, and it is also a very appreciated one thanks to its many features. Now, WhatsApp Messenger 2.19.34 update rolled out on Android with improvements in group calls function.
What Makes WhatsApp Such A Popular App?
The answer to that question is indeed simple. WhatsApp became famous thanks to its user-friendly interface, because it’s free to use, and allows users to make voice and video calls for free, the only limits being the mobile data plan they have. Also, WhatsApp boasts group chats and group call features, the latter being, relatively, a new addition to the list of WhatsApp functionalities.
Nonetheless, you don’t need emails or passwords to access WhatsApp, and the app is also the most secured instant messaging application in the world, boasting robust end-to-end encryption.
In addition to all that, WhatsApp Messenger allows users to quickly connect with friends or family as long as they have their contacts saved in the device’s agenda. You can also get in touch with businesses and websites via WhatsApp.
WhatsApp Messenger 2.19.34 Update Comes Out With Improvements in Group Calls Function
According to the WhatsApp Messenger 2.19.34 release notes on Google Play Store, “it’s now easier to start group voice and video calls. Just tap the call button in groups or select “New group call” when starting a new call in the calls tab. Group calls support up to 4 participants.”
Besides, the new WhatsApp Messenger 2.19.34 comes with some under the hood changes, designed to fix some bugs, as well as with stability and performance enhancements, in addition to the improvements in Group Calls function this new update brings. The new WhatsApp Messenger 2.19.34 is already available on Google Play Store.