The ability to make voice calls on WhatsApp Web is just one of the many advantages people would want to have. Currently, WhatsApp Web users can only take voice or video calls through their mobile devices, but not on the computer.
Well, there are rumors that WhatsApp will be rolling out voice call support on the desktop version very soon. This would surely make users attend to voice calls straight from the Web client. One thing is for sure though is that WhatsApp is currently working on this feature for the desktop users.
In fact, a reliable report was released stating that the company will soon launch a Web client app for iPads, which has not been done yet. In a similar update, the Facebook-owned company would add voice calling feature to the iPad app. In other words, WhatsApp Web will also receive voice calling features because the iPad app would work with the WhatsApp Web service.
A recent version of WhatsApp Web has been released, which is the upgrade to the 0.2.8000. The new version 0.2.8299 has brought a new login page and it also comes with a number of bug fixes.
If you haven’t used the WhatsApp application on your computer yet, then you can try it because it is easy. Just make sure you have a WhatsApp account on your mobile device.
On your smartphone, open WhatsApp, then tap the Menu that is represented by an icon with 3 vertical dots or the Settings and then choose WhatsApp Web. Open WhatsApp Web on your computer through this link web.whatsapp.com. You will come across a code that appears on the screen. In order to make use of the code, you have to point your phone to the screen for capturing it. You will then be able to use WhatsApp on your computer.