In an update of the chat app Kik, starting today users can now make video calls with up to six people.
“Video chat was the number-one feature you requested, and today, we’re really excited to launch it on Kik,” the company said in a blog post.
Kik has about 300 million registered users and claims that 40 percent of U.S. teenagers use the app.
As seen in the GIF below, calls can be made so the video is no larger than a profile icon. GIFs, stickers, photos, and text messages can be sent during the video calls.
The largest of the bunch, WhatsApp, brought video calls to its 1.2 billion users last month.
Facebook Messenger brought video calls to its customers this spring, and in September the company said 300 million monthly active users now make voice and video calls with Messenger.
With the use of an iMessage app extension, Fam brought group video chat to iPhones earlier this month.
Last week, Slack (not in the 100 million user club, but noteworthy) launched one-to-one video call feature for its paying customers. Also last week, way ahead of its competitors, Japan-based Line announced that it can now handle video calls with up to 200 people.
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