Facebook has launched a new Android application called Bonfire. The Application is new to Android as it was previously limited to the iOS, Apple, users earlier.
But now this application is officially listed on the Play Store though there is a restriction which means that the users of selected areas can use it but we have provided a link below through which you can use it to download the App. By opening the app, you directly get the feature named as “start video chat.
A maximum number of people you can chat with simultaneously are seven members, which means 8 in total.
The app can also integrate with a suite of apps like Facebook, Instagram, etc. One can also click pictures during video chat so that later they can share it on other platforms.
There are a lot of pre-installed effects and filters which you can use to make your chats cooler. This new app is targeted to the youth and teenager audience who likes to be active on these platforms more than the elder audience.
Reports say Bonfire is a blatant clone of Houseparty, a teen-focused group video chat from the makers of the Meerkat live streaming app that received a recent $50 million funding round led by Sequoia.