- These new features are found in WhatsApp beta 2.17.93
- It separates the video calling button from voice calling
- It relocates the attachment button to the bottom of the screen
WhatsApp is said to be testing specific business tools to begin its revenue stream, and is expected to launch the stable version sometime later in the year. However in the meantime, WhatsAp is also tweaking few things here and there to just improve the everyday experience. With the WhatsApp v2.17.93 beta for Android, the app relocates the attachment button, and finally makes the voice and video call button separate, something that was exclusive only to iPhone users previously.
First, when WhatsApp video was launched, the video calling feature was hidden underneath the call button on the top right edge. By clicking the ‘call’ button, two options used to pop up – one for voice call and one for video call – and you had to press the one you prefer. Now, WhatsApp is testing a separate video button in the latest beta version of Andriod to make the video calling button more visible to the users, and Android Police was the first one to spot this change.
Remember, these features are only available in beta for now, but will be launched for all Android users soon. If you can’t wait, join the WhatsApp beta community in Google Play or download it manually from APK Mirror here.