Instagram is one of the most popular photo sharing app in the world right now. The Facebook-owned platform has seen a number of changes since its launch. One of which was enabling Direct Message feature in the app. Now according to a new report, Instagram is testing a new feature to enable video calls in the app.
This new video Calling feature was spotted by WABetaInfo via a leaked image. With this new feature, users will be able to make video calls directly from the direct message thread in the Instagram app. The screenshot image shows a video call icon at the top-right corner of an Insta direct message.
This icon resembles the icon found own WhatsApp app and proves that the feature is currently in internal testing. People at TechCrunch tried contacting Instagram on same and they replied: ” We don’t comment on rumors and speculations.” The feature is said to be available in next couple of months on the Instagram app for Android and iOS.
Instagram is one of those companies who let the people know if they are testing something and this statement by them leads to whether the screenshot is authentic or not. We don’t know so take this with a pinch of salt. This news would definately help Instagram to get users feedback.
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And if they are not working on bringing video calling to the app, they might bring it after seeing users feedback, so do let us know if you want Video calling feature on Instagram or not. Video calling has been quite successful for its parent company Facebook and its sub-brand WhatsApp. Stay tuned to Sid Tech for more tech updates.
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