Tuesday, January 20, 2015

WhatsApp Voice Calling and Web Interface Spotted Again

 
WhatsApp announced about a year ago that it would introduce the voice calls within your app, and confirmation for a launch in early 2015 was reiterated a few months ago. We have already seen some pictures of how it could be the interface for calls , but today we show you new screenshots that show a division in tab between calls, chat and contacts, which in effect would be quite functional, and also new confirmations on the web interface WhatsApp. 
 



 



 


We got all the confirmations by the presence of the site web.whatsapp.com  that asks us authenticate through our Google account, but according to the images you find below we will also perform scanning a QR code displayed on the PC, in order to confirm that we are the owners of the account in question and authorize us to use it on the web.

The author of all these screenshots is a Spanish user who claims to use the version of WhatsApp 2.11.498 on the Play Store, which we have reported the other day: the activation of these services would then occurred directly from WhatsApp, which could prepare for a soft-launch or just a mistake, but we have obviously no way to verify it. We don't say that these will be the final functionality or these are 100% real, it can be fake. Let's hope WhatsApp releases this feature soon.