Users of Facebook Messenger should now be able to engage in a video call with every other user of the popular messaging app worldwide, with a few exceptions.
A few weeks ago, Facebook added a video calling feature to its Facebook Messenger app for people in the US and 17 other countries. The feature has been expanded and can now be used by people in nearly every other country.
Facebook's Vice President of Messaging Products David Marcus announced the expansion on his own Facebook page, noting that a few countries still don't have the feature. Marcus wrote that "we're still working on improving quality" for those locations before going live.
Video calls in Facebook Messenger have cross-platform support between the iOS and Android apps.