Facebook Messenger app for Windows 10 receives calling feature
Though the calling feature has been available for a while on Facebook Messenger for Android and iOS users, the feature has been immensely glorified as well as the most requested feature by Windows users for both PC and mobile devices.
Microsoft just released a new update to its Messenger Beta App for Windows 10 PCs, enabling the much-anticipated calling feature. Facebook messenger has had a calling feature in the earlier versions of the app as well but there were many reports from users about its buggy nature, even after upgrading to the latest version. Fortunately, this bug was successfully removed and the latest enhancement makes the platform even more stable and reliable. The update takes the app to version 91.631.62386.0 and is not widely available to all users, but will be soon enough. Those who were able to download it confirm the presence and smooth performance of Calling options in the beta version of the app.
While there is no official changelog, the screenshot below shows the calling feature working perfectly now.
It’s been approximately a month since we last received an update for Facebook Messenger, something Microsoft is working on currently and that we should be expecting a mobile version update anytime now. The calling feature (both voice and video) are available on mobile, but are disabled and will hopefully be soon enabled on PC and mobile devices.
If you don’t have the update yet, get it here and leave us a comment if you are one of the fortunate users to get the feature working on your PC after installing it.
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