WhatsApp Payments Beta Now Rolling In India [Download APK]

Great news for the Indian WhatsApp users. Now WhatsApp Payments Beta is rolling in the Indian region. Now users can perform money transaction all around India. The WhatsApp Payments Beta connects into the UPI (Unified Payments Interface) program. The payments interface includes many of the country’s most popular banking agencies both Govt. and non-Govt. It supports a number of banks in the Indian region. This includes State Bank of India, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, and Axis Bank, Allahabad Bank, Andhra Bank etc.

Also, first the iOS users were successfully able to perform payments using the WhatsApp Payments Beta. Although some bugs were noticed in the Android version of the App supporting the new feature, now it is working too.

WhatsApp is a super popular cross-platform messaging service. It is an Android application that allows the exchange of text messages and voice calls, video calls, images etc. Its developer is WhatsApp Inc, basing in Mountain View, California. WhatsApp was acquired by Facebook in February 2014. By February 2018, WhatsApp has a user base of over one and a half billion in the whole world. Most recently WhatsApp rolled out the mention notification feature.

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Download WhatsApp Payments Beta

Like we said it is the Beta version, the App invites Beta testers as volunteers to test out this new payments feature. To avail the WhatsApp Payments Beta, a user has to sign up for the Beta testing. Below we have given the direct link to the beta testing link provided by the Google Play Store.

The installation is quite simple as you’d install any other App.

Screenshots of WhatsApp Payments Beta

Here are some of the screenshots of the WhatsApp Payments Beta. You can better understand the features this App has to provide.

So, if you are an avid WhatsApp user then sign-up for this Beta feature.  Perform monetary transactions using this and do let us know your experience.

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