Facebook Messenger now supports voice calls
Skype is still the most popular VoIP service on the Internet, which in the future will have to face unexpected competitor in this segment, namely Facebook. The reason for this is that the social network implemented a new useful feature in the Messenger, which allows you to make free video calls. Good to know that users will be able to use both LTE and the Wi-Fi networks, which is another advantage to it. In this way, Facebook will directly compete not only with Skype, but also with popular titles such as Apple Facetime and Google Hangouts. Once you start a call will have the option to quickly switch between front and rear camera on your mobile device.
To start working with it just click on the icon shaped chamber at the top, and you have installed the latest version of Facebook Messenger. The ability to make voice calls is not limited to the mobile version and is also available for desktop application. Currently function can be used in various European countries, including Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Lithuania, Norway, Greece, Great Britain and Poland. Facebook also assured that the number of countries will be further increased in the “coming months” and will be interesting to see how the function will affect Skype’s popularity globally.