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The messaging application appears to be already testing VoIP features on the iPhone.
The voice and video chat app now will run all day in the background without draining a smartphone's battery, Microsoft says.
Application users on Android can place domestic and international calls to outside lines for a monthly or per-call charge.
Android users -- at least those in Canada -- can now try out actual voice calls through Facebook thanks to an update to the Messenger app.
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Microsoft admits that Skype has been a problem child but vows to have it behaving better soon, a Skype product manager tells The Verge.
The social network updates its Messenger app with the ability to send recorded voice messages globally, but tests actual voice calls in Canada.
Japan-based messaging and VoIP calling service Line hopes the cute Sanrio character will entice US users to check out its mobile messaging app.