Voice calls on the Android version of WhatsApp could look like this

Voice calls on the Android version of WhatsApp could look like this
It seems like we have been talking forever about a voice calling feature for messaging app WhatsApp. Back in April, we told you that this capability might be soon available on the app. Five months later, a leaked image from the iOS version of WhatsApp revealed a reminder for users that they need to turn the microphone on in order for the feature to work. Last month, one of our loyal readers sent us imagesthat revealed what some of the icons will look like once the messaging app launches its voice call service.

Now, a new leak allegedly shows us the UI that WhatsApp will employ once it officially starts offering voice calls. These images were taken from the Android version of the popular messaging app. While enabling voice calls will only allow the app to catch up with rivals like BBM, it will still be big news for the nearly half a billion WhatsApp users.

WhatsApp was acquired earlier this year by Facebook for $21.8 billion. The original $19 billion purchase price was bumped higher thanks to appreciation in Facebook's shares, which was the currency used for the transaction.

Despite the continuing leaks, there is still no word when voice calling will be launched by WhatsApp. Meanwhile, go ahead and click on the slideshow below to see what the feature might look like on the messaging app.


source: AndroidWorld (translated) via BGR

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