WhatsApp Beta 2.19.127 Version is Available to Download With Voice Calls Improvements

With more than 1.5 billion active accounts each month WhatsApp is without a doubt the most popular messaging app in the world.

The app offers a large number of features, and you can find some of them below.

Completely free

In the past users had to pay an annual membership fee of $1 if they wanted to use the service. This doesn’t seem to be much, but many potential users didn’t have access to valid payment methods and were unable to continue to use service after the one-year trial period expired. The fee has been removed, and the app is now completely free for everyone.

No additional costs

WhatsApp harnesses the power of your internet connection (Wi-Fi and mobile data, ranging from EDGE to 4G) to allow users to send messages and call their family and friends without the need to pay for them separately.

Share it with the world?

Found a funny video, or a great meme? You heard a great joke and felt like sharing it? Forgot to email an important document? Have no fear, WhatsApp is here (to help)! Send videos, images, documents and voice messages to any of your contacts with just a few taps.

Call almost everyone for free

With WhatsApp, you can stay in touch with your loved ones even if they are in a different country. By using an internet connection, you don’t have to pay extra for international calls.

Chat in a group

Bring your friends and family to the conversation with group chats.

Use WhatsApp from a PC

Open WhatsApp Web on your PC and enjoy the service without any problems.

Stay connected

WhatsApp doesn’t need a dedicated username and password. Your phone number is enough.

Users who wish to test the latest features can do so by using the beta version of the app, which can be acquired by joining the official beta program or downloading the APK from a safe source.

The latest release, version 2.19.127, improves the group voice/video calls service.

Dennis Clarke

About the Author: Dennis Clarke

Dennis Clarke is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including JoyStiq and Android Authority.   In regards to academics, Dennis earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Dennis has passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.

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