About Sayaji FM

Sayaji FM is own Online Radio Station for The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat, started by RJ Yogesh. Alike our radio station most of our RJs are new here. But all are so dedicated to Sayaji FM that they try to give out their best and work out the best for us. We all know that, usually RJs come at studio for 2-3 hours for their show and then they go out. But at the Sayaji FM being a RJ is not so easy job, coz they are not only Radio Jockey. They are all in all of their show, they do everything for their show, starting from script writing, to selecting tracks, making a playlist, to promoting their show and keeping a touch with their own listeners. They are so hard working individuals that just a word of appreciation is not enough for them. They think good for Sayaji FM & whatever is good for our station as well as whatever entertains our listeners. Our all RJs are friendly and responsive to their listener. They work at friendly environment and also try to create friendly environment on AIR. The one outstanding thing about our Radio Jockey is that they are idea maker too, they give new ideas of shows and they make special show for special day like mother’s day, father’s day, friendship day, valentine’s day, etc.

Come let us take you to the wonderful world of Sayaji FM Team of RJs & let you meet the creators and presenters of show on http://bit.ly/SayajiFM

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Video calls are going live on WhatsApp

WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps on the planet, so even small changes warrant some attention. This isn't a small change, though. This is a big one. WhatsApp is rolling out support for video calls in the Android app, but not everyone has the feature yet.
Video calls are becoming available seemingly at random. You won't need an app update as long as you're on one of the recent beta versions (people are reporting success on a few builds). If the person on the other end doesn't have video calling enabled yet they'll just get a voice call. You'll still be able to see the video calling UI, though. The call log shows that as a video call, but tapping the video button just pulls up an error message.
When you have video calling, tapping the call button or contact card brings up a dialog with both voice and video as options. There may be a version of the app later that flips the switch on video calls automatically, but for now you're at the mercy of the WhatsApp gods.
How to activate Video Calling feature?
Just install 2.16.318 or above version (beta version available here) and enjoy Video Calling on WhatsApp.

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