Fb’s Bonfire is a standalone app which helps you to make group video calls with your pals. It looks as if Fb has a behavior of cloning other apps and launch them as a standalone app of their very own. Bear in mind Slingshot? It was a Snapchat clone and Fb launched it as its personal standalone app again in 2014, nevertheless, nobody used it and Fb needed to shut it down after a number of months of its launch.
Fb then carried out the entire Slingshot features on Instagram and now it has over 300 million energetic Stories users that are almost double than the Snapchat’s entire user base. That’s how Fb stopped the Snapchat’s growth.
Fb’s new app, Bonfire is actually a clone of an already obtainable app known as Houseparty. House party helps you to invite your pals and have an enjoyable group video call with them. It additionally gives some effects and live face filters which you and your pals can use in the course of the video call. Bonfire works similar to it. It’s designed to be fast to set up so that you could initiate a call with your pals with just some taps.
Similar to the Houseparty, Bonfire is also focused towards teenagers. It additionally means that you can add a number of filters and effects to your live video call. Furthermore, Fb has one other benefit over its already established merchandise and it’s directly built-in with Instagram, Messenger, and Fb. So you possibly can carry out completely different tasks with this integration. For instance, you possibly can share the snapshot of your live video call on to Messenger, Fb or Instagram.
Bonfire was already out there on iOS and it’s now out there to obtain for Android on Google Play Store.