"The leaked images of the upcoming user interface shows that the app has been enabled with other language translations which will be displayed at the time a person receives a call via WhatsApp," a report stated.

The translation feature available in the latest version of WhatsApp has made it clear that the voice calling plug-in is on its way.

While the voice calling feature is all set to be released on WhatsApp, there is no update if there is going to be a similar feature on Facebook, it added.

Facebook-owned WhatsApp has witnessed a 15 percent rise in its traffic since the acquisition. WhatsApp has crossed 50 million active users in India alone.

Reports from various agencies have suggested that WhatsApp is investing a huge amount of its revenue in revamping its relationship with various service providers and in establishing a better connectivity over the internet.
WhatsApp added nearly 10 million users in India in three months

WhatsApp added over 10 million users in India in the last three months. Globally the app has now over 600 million monthly active users.

According to reports, WhatsApp had 50 million monthly active users in India at the end of month May and has added over 3 million active users per month since then.

WhatsApp has in the month of May fixed the target of increasing its active user’s base from the current 500 million to one billion in a year.

The company had earlier announced that it would launch its voice calling service in the second quarter of the year. However, there is no word on that from the company so far.

Earlier, the company has acquired the social networking site Facebook for USD 19 billion.

But there is something to worry for the company as Telecom Regulatory Authority of India is also planning to issue a consultation paper to discuss regulatory framework around Over-the-top (OTT) players like WhatsApp, Skype, Viber, WeChat etc.

Telecom operators have been pushing for a regulatory framework around OTT players as they see applications like Skype, WhatsApp, Viber etc as competitors who are cutting telecos revenues in voice call and messaging segment.