Facebook's Messenger beta app for Windows 10 PC gains calling option

One of the most user-requested features for Facebook's Messenger app on Windows 10 for both on PC and mobile, has been a calling option. The messenger app has kept excellent feature parity with its Android and iOS siblings, but some things are still missing. Most of them are minor, and the biggest one was the calling.

Today, the Beta release of Messenger for PC finally enables the long-awaited calling option (via Windows Latest). Many users have reported that the calling feature has been there in an earlier version of the app and some report that it did not work for them even thought they had the same version of the app. Now, everyone reports the same great results, and the implementation seems to be pretty reliable.

As seen in the picture above, things appear to be working well and as it can be for a beta app. Let's just hope this feature comes to the Mobile version of the app soon.

Messenger (Beta)
Messenger (Beta)
Developer: Meta
Price: Free

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