Facebook introduces video calling feature in Messenger

Facebook Messenger Video Call

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Social Media network Facebook yesterday launched video calling feature in Messenger. From now Messenger users can talk to their near and dear one through face-to-face video conversation with just one tap.

Currently, 600 million people in the world are using Facebook Messenger and can talk to their friends with voice calling service. Those who think voice calls are not enough now can have a real-time face-to-face communication.

Introducing Video Calling in Messenger from Facebook on Vimeo.

Talking to your friends via Messenger video calling service is very easy- you have to just simply choose the video icon in the top right corner of the chat screen and it will start a video call within an existing Messenger conversation.

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The new feature from Facebook is available for iOS and Android users in Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, France, Greece, Ireland, Laos, Lithuania, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, the UK, the US and Uruguay. The company in a Press Release announced they’ll be launching the service to other regions and locales over the coming months.

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In the latest version of Messenger, user can send money to friends. The company also announced to launch Messenger Platform and to introduce Businesses on Messenger very soon.

Source: Facebook

Facebook introduces video calling feature in Messenger