Messenger Gets A New Voice Call Feature
Facebook Messenger now allows you to include up to 50 people in a single group call, which sounds like a messy way to communicate.
From today, Facebook Messenger is rolling out an expansion on how voice calling works inside the Android and iOS app, by giving you the chance to add a whole lot of people.
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50 Persons Voice Call Feature Added To Facebook Messenger
You’ll be able to dial up to 50 folks at a time, and it will simply be a matter of pressing the phone symbol while in a group chat. You can also seek out the symbol and add multiple people by clicking on them.
Quite how you communicate with 50 people at once is a different issue – we’re not even sure we know 50 people who we would be interested in chatting with at the same time. Still it sees Facebook reaching further into the area previously occupied by Skype and Google Hangouts, though they’re both still in the lead when it comes to having video chats with more than one person.
It’s a positive new addition for chats with friends or family, and something you might consider trying next time you’re in a group chat. All apps should be updated within the next 24 hours.
Facebook Messenger is an instant messaging service and software application which provides text and voice communication. Integrated with Facebook’s web-based Chat feature and built on the open MQTT protocol, Messenger lets Facebook users chat with friends both on mobile and on the main website.
Facebook reported in January 2016 that Facebook Messenger has reached 800 million monthly active users. David A. Marcus heads Facebook Messenger and had joined Facebook on invitation of Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook.
The app works like texting (SMS) and other mobile messaging apps to let you reach people instantly on their phones.
Author: Allan Bangirana
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