VKontakte plans to add group video calls to its messenger in the near future, which is built into the main mobile application.
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Once launched, up to six people can participate in the call at the same time. New features will gradually appear.
Recall that in April 2018, VK launched voice and video calls in the application. According to the company, in the first quarter of 2020, the monthly number of calls increased by 24% year-on-year, to 64 million.
Against the backdrop of a pandemic and a massive shift of employees to remote work, companies are increasing their audience and developing video services.
Zoom reported a 20-fold increase in daily users in three months, to 200 million in March. Facebook introduced Messenger Rooms, a group video calling service. Google opened its Meet service to everyone. allowed users to broadcast live video calls. Telegram announced group video calls.
Earlier, VK also added the ability to deliver via Boxberry and CDEK.
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