Audio and video calling feature available to X (Twitter) Android users

This feature was first introduced for iOS users / File Photo
This feature was first introduced for iOS users / File Photo

If you use the X (new name for Twitter) app on Android phones, the good news is that you can make audio and video calls on it.

Yes, the social media platform owned by Elon Musk has introduced audio and video calling feature for Android users.

But to use this feature, you must be a part of X’s subscription program.

However, every user will be able to receive audio or video calls, but only those who pay the monthly fee will be able to make calls.

Users will be able to control audio or video calls through Direct Messages settings, while calling a person will require sending at least one Direct Message to X.

The feature was introduced to iOS users in October 2023 and is now part of the Android app.

These new changes are part of Elon Musk’s efforts to make X a super app.

Elon Musk has been saying for a long time that he wants to make X an app where every kind of service is available to the user.

Elon Musk expects the audio and video calling feature to help bring more people to the social media platform.

Similarly, the company is also planning to make the payment feature a part of X.

It should be noted that in August 2023, Elon Musk said in an X-post that no phone number will be required to make audio and video calls.

According to Elon Musk, X is a global address book and therefore calls do not require a phone number.

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