Facebook has announced that it will be rolling out an updated version of Messenger, one that will contain instant videos. The new feature will be available in Facebook Messenger for both Android and iOS, and it will allow users to share content more easily.
Instant Video has been a feature of Snapchat for quite some time now, and it seems that Facebook Messenger has finally decided to include a similar tool in its Android and iOS applications. The new feature will allow users to share quick videos.
The video call opens up in a floating window, on top of the messaging session. It can be initiated by users tapping on the VOIP call icon at the top right corner of the screen, the same that was previously used for starting a video call.
A direct video feed is then opened in a floating window. While the video plays, users can still text inside the Messenger… (read more)
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