Facebook has announced video calls to Messenger since April. Today, the largest social network, said the new feature has been released for almost all countries.
As the company says there are still "some countries" where it has not released the new Messenger service to improve the quality of the video. It is very likely to have to do with the speed of the area's mobile networks.
Facebook is trying to make a reliable service available, even for those who do not have Wi-Fi.
Today's announcement refers to the extension of the video call service via Messenger, which originally started only 18 countries.
Facebook seems to pay close attention to Messenger.
Although it is a key feature of the site with over 600 million active users every month, the mobile application for conversations and video calls is continually upgraded to keep the world more time on the web.
One of the biggest bets on Facebook is to turn it on Messenger on a new platform, which will allow for the integration of other applications. Last week, the company said it was considering adding games to Messenger.