If you use WhatsApp (and it is unlikely that you don’t, since the app has now more that 1 billion active monthly users all over the world), you are certainly aware that the service is constantly transforming, thanks to the frequent addition of new features.
And that’s not all, since the developers of WhatsApp often roll out new versions of the app containing bug fixes and performance improvements. And this is exactly the case of the new Beta version of WhatsApp for Android we are going to talk about today.
As we said, this latest 2.16.392 update doesn’t come with any new features, but instead brings bug fixes and stability improvements. So you might think about installing it on your Android device. Let’s see how you can download it. Since this latest 2.16.392 is still in Beta phase, you will be able to download it only if you are a Beta Tester. What if you are not? You can easily solve this problem, because to become a WhatsApp Beta Tester you just need to head to this Google Play Store webpage and tap on the “BECOME A TESTER” button.
Once you are officially a Beta tester you can open the Android store, search for WhatsApp 2.16.392 Beta and then you can safely install it on your Android device. Once the installation process is complete, you just have to remember to use you mobile phone number to log into your WhatsApp account. So, a real no-brainer.
If you are not interested in becoming a Beta tester, you can download this latest 2.16.392 Beta version using some other safe sites such as APK mirror which let you download the APK file.
If WhatsApp users are very happy to be finally able to use the Video Calling feature, they will be even more delighted to get in touch with their contacts using the Multi-Video Calling option. Rumors are that this feature might soon be added to the service, enabling WhatsApp users to have Video Calling sessions with three, four or even more contacts at the same time. But the developers have not yet confirmed the news, so we just have to wait and see what will happen.