Currently, WhatsApp has over 1.2 billion monthly active users, which makes it one of the most used mobile messaging applications in the world. Today we will talk about the latest WhatsApp BETA version that has just been released for devices running on Android OS.
First of all, we have to mention that the difference between the installation files of WhatsApp 2.17.151 BETA and WhatsApp 2.17.150 BETA is not big, which means that there are no new features or options added to the latest version of the application.
The WhatsApp 2.17.151 BETA APK (installation) file has 33.48MB in size, while the WhatsApp 2.17.150 BETA weighs in at 33.40MB. In other words, the developers have most likely just improved the stability and fixed some of the bugs and issues that they’ve found in the previous version of the application.
When it comes to the rumored “Video Conference” feature, we still have no official news about it. We remind you that some previous rumors were suggesting that the “Video Conference” will offer you the possibility to make video calls with two or more users at the same time on WhatsApp. On the other hand, soon, the application could allow users to unsend messages, which will save them from embarrassing moments, if they contact the wrong person.
WhatsApp 2.17.151 BETA: How To Install On Your Android Device
The latest WhatsApp BETA version can be installed directly from the Google Play Store App, but you will firstly need to become a WhatsApp BETA Tester. In order to become one, just open this Google Play Store web page and tap on the “BECOME A TESTER” button.
After that, you will need to open the official Android store app, search for WhatsApp 2.17.151 BETA and tap “INSTALL” to start the installation process. Finally, use your mobile phone number to get verified and log into your WhatsApp account.
HINT: Keep in mind that since this is a BETA version of the application, you might find some bugs and issues, which you should report so that the developers can fix them before the next STABLE version of the application is released.