After a long wait, the social media titan Facebook came with an update for its Messenger app with video calling feature.
Being launched a month ago, the Facebook Messenger's video calling feature was started in 18 countries including Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, France, Greece, Ireland, Laos, Lithuania, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, UK, USA and Uruguay.
But, now, David Marcus, Vice President of Messaging Products at Facebook announced via a Facebook post that the feature has been rolled out globally make it possible for most of its users to use the facility.
However, the update is still not available in a few countries where the company is trying to work on improving the quality.
And sadly, the app seems to be not yet updated in India as the latest update we are able to see on Google Play is on May 15.
To add more into this, Facebook too has not yet revealed the list of countries where it is expanding the video calling feature for now.
However, with many smartphone users in India, we expect the facility to come as early as possible.