Improve the quality of your WhatsApp voice and video calls: here are some tips

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WhatsApp is undoubtedly one of the most popular apps in the world, with over 2 billion users worldwide. It gradually introduced new features in order to become the de facto form of communication. For the most part, its audio and video calling features have replaced network calling, but do you know all the strategies to have a smooth calling experience on the app? We’ve put together a list of the five best ways to do it. Take a look below. For error-free WhatsApp video or audio calls, you’ll need a strong and consistent internet connection, so if you’re having issues with call quality, try switching to Wi-Fi instead of mobile data. This will help with poor video quality and voice issues.

You have probably run out of cellular data during a WhatsApp video/audio call. Luckily, WhatsApp’s Settings menu includes a setting called Minimum Data Usage. When you enable it, the app will use as little data as possible while improving call quality by maximizing data usage.

Your phone might be overloaded with apps running in the background, causing poor performance in WhatsApp calls. So the next time you use the app to make a call, make sure all your other apps are closed in the background.

According to the WhatsApp blog post, “WhatsApp calls may be hindered by your battery saver and Bluetooth connection. Please turn off your battery saver and Bluetooth if they are both on.” Try restarting your phone and check that no other application is using your microphone, headset, or cameras.

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