Well, Hello There: WhatsApp Voice Calling is Coming to iPhone

WhatsApp users will soon be able to make free calls from within the iOS version of the app. The messaging service's iPhone update, which is available now, will eventually bring voice calling features to the Facebook-owned platform in the near future, according to the company. The app's calling features will rely on a Wi-Fi or data connection and won't use carrier minutes. The addition of free voice calls make the service even more powerful; users can now chat with international acquaintances without extra charges. Tuesday's update also makes it easier to share photos and videos through the app. Chats now have a "quick camera" button, which allows you to shoot and send photos and videos from within WhatsApp messages. In addition, you can crop or rotate photos and videos before you send them.