New York: (Web Desk) Popular social media site Facebook has introduced voice and video features in the desktop version of the WhatsApp.
According to the company, users will now be able to use desktop screens for secure calls, both portrait and landscape.
With the introduction of the new feature on the big screens, WhatsApp will also catch up with video conferencing giants Zoom and Google Mate, but it is unclear whether Facebook will be in the telecommunications world with these two companies. Someone wants competition.
WhatsApp is currently used by a large number of people around the world. WhatsApp recorded 1.4 billion voice and video calls at the beginning of the new year.
The number of users using this app has increased significantly since the outbreak of Code 19 in the world last year and they have been in touch with their loved ones through video calls from this app during their stay at home, quarantine or solitude.
In addition, this app has been and is being used for educational purposes during the epidemic. Teachers send lessons to their students in written and spoken form through WhatsApp or keep in touch with them for educational purposes.