The popular messenger WhatsApp supports voice and video calls in its Android and iOS mobile apps. However, the desktop and web versions of the service still don't provide such an opportunity. But it will change soon as developers are actively working on bringing these features to WhatsApp for PC and the messenger's web version.
WhatsApp is already testing voice and video transmission for the versions mentioned above. Even though these features are still not available to users, some of them have managed to activate beta in the web version of the service and the WhatsApp 2.2043.7 client for computers.
When the user receives an incoming call, a pop-up window appears on the screen, with which the user can start a conversation or reject the call. When making outgoing calls, another window appears, which contains controls that one can use to, for example, mute the microphone or end the call.
Calling support for the web and desktop WhatsApp client is in beta. The messenger has not yet officially announced a release date for the feature that was previously only exclusive to smartphones. But, as insiders noted, the option will become available to all users in the coming weeks.