Facebook’s new standalone app centered on making stay group video chats is now accessible for Android. The app was initially noticed in September on iOS although solely choose customers might entry it. The app named Bonfire: Group Video Chat is now accessible to obtain through Google Play and could be downloaded in choose areas. The app could be sideloaded for everybody else. Bonfire is aimed toward millennials and affords Snapchat-like filters.
The Google Play itemizing describes it, “Bonfire is a group video chat app that lets you hang out with your best friends and meet new ones. When you open the app, instantly start video chatting with friends. Use effects to express yourself. From doing homework to catching up, Bonfire is the best place to get together with all your friends.”
Much like different Facebook-made apps, the Bonfire app can also be built-in with the corporate’s suite of apps like Instagram, Facebook, and Messenger. Bonfire lets customers take photos of their video chats to share on Instagram, Facebook, and Messenger. You can obtain and sideload the APK file (v1.5.zero) of Bonfire from APK Mirror.
The new Facebook standalone app is alleged to imitate know-how startup Life On Air’s widespread group video chat app Houseparty which affords related performance. The new Bonfire app lets customers video chat with as much as eight buddies.
Facebook has been seeing drop in engagement from customers, particularly the younger viewers. Being capable of cater to that consumer base is vital and the brand new standalone app seems to be the corporate’s newest try.
Based on some information, Houseparty app has been a well-liked app amongst youngsters and by November 2016, it had 1.2 million customers spending a complete of 20 million minutes on it every day.
Adapted From: Gadgets360