Today, the team of developers of instant messenger WhatsApp, owned by Facebook, said that the application finally added the function of group video calls. Announced the feature back in May at the F8 conference. Also worth noting is that another Facebook application – Instagram has acquired group video calls back in early July.
Video calls support up to four users. To start a group video call, you first need to call someone and then add up to two other users.
The developers note that group video calls support end-to-end encryption, as well as the usual WhatsApp chat rooms. In addition, it is promised that the function will work even with a poor connection to the network.
The WhatsApp update is already available for iOS and Android.