Video calls arrive in the Facebook Messenger app for Android and iPhone

The giant Facebook company announced today a new feature that will be added to the features of the Facebook Messenger application on the Android and iOS platform, after this feature was limited to the desktop or computer version only.

It is a feature that you seem to have known. Yes, it is direct video calls, which are sure to start from today with access to the users of the application, where the call to the other party can be made simply by pressing the video icon that will appear at the top of the chat window next to the voice dialing icon,

According to the company, the user can make the connection via WiFi or through the 3G or 4G phone network, and Android and iOS users can connect to each other, but unfortunately, according to what Facebook mentioned on its website, it is not currently possible to make a video connection between a phone and a computer.

The service will be launched gradually today, as it will be activated first for users in Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, France, Greece, Ireland, Laos, Lithuania, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, the United Kingdom, the United States and Uruguay. The service will gradually reach the rest of the countries in the coming months.

As for the way to activate it, there is no practical way, so just wait for the software or application update to reach your phone automatically.

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