Booyah has been quite around for a while but was just available on iOS but it's now available on Android.
The app interfaces with Whatsapp and lets you video call your contacts. The app doesn't require separate signups and it also supports group video chats.
WhatsApp has been coming up with new features every now and now it's added one very important component, video calling.
However before Whatsapp officially added the video calling feature an App Development Group, Rounds Entertainment came up with its Booyah video chat client that interfaces with WhatsApp and makes video calling possible .
I still hope Whatsapp would officially add group video chats in the next update but in the meantime we can enjoy Booyah's
silver lining which comes in the form of group video chatting, a feature that Skype managed to incorporate early this year .
The app synchronizes all your WhatsApp
contacts and basically acts as an overlay for the video calling. The developer is not new to messaging app overlays as they already have an app called “Rounds”
which will let you chat with your friends on Facebook similar to Messenger.
The Booyah app does not require any of your credentials or a separate signup, just connect the WhatsApp with Booyah and you're good to go.
The App makes good use of WhatsApp's social graph and the app is available on iOS and Android .
Booyah supports for a group chat of up to 12 participants and considering the fact that we are always online on WhatsApp it's easier and more accessible than Skype
IIan Leibovich, CIO of Rounds, further also revealed that Booyah is designed to be platform agnostic which means
that it can be ported across different platforms easily.
Hope you were able to make group video calls. Have any questions. Use the comment box . Cheers.
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