How to talk with friends and family via VOIP calls
Video Calling as a part of Facebook Messenger
Today, it’s more common to firstly send a text, then make a call. Not vice versa. Calling out-of-blue sometimes may find people in a bad condition to have a conversation. That is why now video calling is integrated inside Messengers which significantly simplifies interaction between people. Just recently Facebook Messenger has made free VOIP video calling possible over Wi-Fi and cellular connections from PC and mobile devices. The main objective of Facebook company is to unite people from all over the world so that they can communicate with each other no matter where they are.
Video calling by Facebook Inc. has been introduced to people together with Skype in 2011. Since then it’s successfully developed its own infrastructure. With its appearance on mobile platforms, Facebook Messenger has made a serious competition to such popular apps as FaceTime on iOS-based phones, Google Hangouts and Skype. The good news is, audio and video calling is going to be absolutely free.
Reach out people from all over the world
Video Calling in Messenger has become available for people from all the corners of the world. A small icon in the top right corner of the phone will tell you who exactly you can have a conversation with. If you tap on this icon, you will automatically start a video chat with that user. By default all cameras start working in a selfie mode, but if the need be, you can switch it to the backside cam and show your friend what you’re doing and where you are. The quality of the call automatically adjusts according to user’s connection. The other smart thing about Facebook Messenger is that it allows users to rationally use the bandwidth so that two people can have a video chat no matter where they are. Even if the quality of your friend’s connection is significantly lower, you can share your bandwidth and improve the quality by turning off the video feed.