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It’s free on wi-fi but standard data charges will apply on cellular connections.
We’ve been anticipating this launch since Messenger released one-on-one video calling in April 2015 and group audio calling a year later.
Teen app sensation Houseparty will get some competition as Facebook Messenger is launching its own split-screen group video chat feature.
That lets the person being called see who’s ringing them – but it doesn’t show anything from the camera until the user actually answers the call.It has now emerged that it was not the first incident involving the video streaming platform to be reported in Britain and parents nationwide are being asked to be vigilant.Parents were urged to check whether their children had downloaded the app to their phones and ensure it was deleted.245 million people make video calls on Messenger each month already, so this feature could see rapid adoption.The launch makes Messenger the first popular western messaging app with group video chat.It’s managed to beat Face Time/i Message, Google Duo, and Snapchat to the punch. Whats App pushed video calls last month, and can handle groups video via Booyah.[Correction: Whats App lacks a native group video chat feature.] Google’s neglected Hangouts app launched many of these features back in 2013, but it hasn’t become a core place for text messaging, making it more of a specialty app amongst Google’s fragmented communication family.Video chat has become a much-hyped feature ever since Apple released Face Time for i Phone 4.Several companies including Yahoo, Fring and Qik have been quick to release mobile applications that enable cross-platform mobile video chat that work over Wi-Fi or 3G. That tool means that when someone is ringing, they come up on the screen before the call is answered. Google hopes that it can beat out those other services with two main things: being available on every platform and offering a special feature called “Knock, knock”.