WhatsApp and YouTube apps were meant to be available to JioPhone users starting August 15. However, the apps are rolling out in batches to the smart feature phones. To check if your JioPhone has received the apps, you will need to perform a software update by accessing the settings of your device. WhatsApp and YouTube for the JioPhone were demoed at RIL’s AGM last month. At the AGM, the company had promised that the apps will be available to users on Independence Day. While it was known that WhatsApp for the JioPhone would be rolled out in batches, it seems the same is true for YouTube as well. The video streaming service will come to JioPhone over the next few days. Once the apps are available to JioPhone users, they will be able to control them through voice commands. Certain features of WhatsApp and YouTube will not work the same way as they do on Android and iOS devices. For example, JioPhone users will not be able to make voice or video calls using WhatsApp on the phone. When it comes to YouTube, users will not be able to download videos for offline viewing.
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