Finally Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has announced his surprise, which is Facebook’s collaboration with Skype.
The King of Social has partnered with Skype to introduce an incredible voice chat feature.
While people are going gaga over the newly introduced ‘voice chat’ feature, Facebook again has snatched the limelight from Google’s Google+.
‘Wow! This is amazing; I can actually leave video messages for my friends. I can’t wait to experience this feature,’ says Rohit.
The video chat is just one of the new features Facebook introduced as a part of its Facebook Chat overhaul.
‘This new integration has made my life simpler. Now I don’t have to log in to separate messengers for voice chat,’ says Nitin.
The most interesting news is that Facebook now has 750 million active users, a significant increase against the 500 million users we used to think it had.
Meanwhile, it is an all gain situation for Facebook users, as they can easily leave videos for offline ‘friends’.
While Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is all set to unveil his surprise this week, the whole world is going berserk, thinking what is it all about.
Many are contemplating Zuckerberg’s ‘awesome’ announcement could be Facebook’s union with Skype.
According to Tech Crunch, a well-known technology blog, an unnamed source made mention about what Facebook was hiding in the bag and said it was none other than a “new video chat product powered by Skype.”
According to Mashable.com, Skype-powered video chat will indeed launch next week.”
While other purported theories are that Facebook is planning to unveil a music service in a joint effort with Spotify.
Meanwhile if Skype’s union with Facebook is confirmed tomorrow, the new video call feature within the browser could thrust Facebook to a new level, altogether.