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X Brings Audio And Video Calls To Android

X brings audio and video calls to Android

In October 2023, X (formerly Twitter) added voice and video calling for iPhone users. An X engineer named @enriquebrgn shared the exciting news in a post, saying that the feature is now also available for Android users. He mentioned, “Audio and video calls on X are slowly becoming available for Android users today! Give your mom a call and make sure to update your app.”

Elon Musk, the really rich guy, had big plans for Twitter (which he later called X) when he bought it for a huge $44 billion in 2022. He wanted to turn the social network into an “everything app,” and adding audio and video calls was a key part of that. Last August, X’s new boss, Linda Yaccarino, made it official that the app would soon have audio and video calls.

However, only the users who opt for the premium services will be able to access this particular feature.

How To Make And Recieve Audio And Video Calls On X

  • Open the X app on your Android phone.
  • Go to the side menu and tap on “Settings and Privacy.”
  • Find and select “Direct Messages (DMs).”
  • Look for the tab that says “Audio-Video Calling.”
  • To use the calling feature, just switch on the toggle button.

Additionally, You can choose who can call you on the app – like only your contacts, people you follow, or verified users. If you want to make a call, you need to have messaged the person before, and you should turn on notifications to get call alerts.

The calling works directly between users, but there’s a setting called ‘Enhanced Call Privacy’ that hides your IP address by using X’s system.

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