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Twitter will soon enable video and audio calls, according to Elon Musk

Elon Musk: Twitter to soon allow video and audio calls

 In New York: On Tuesday, Twitter boss Elon Musk announced the addition of audio and video calls to the platform.

"Coming before long will be voice and video talk from your handle to anybody on this stage," Musk said in a tweet.

"So you can converse with individuals anyplace on the planet without giving them your telephone number."

In a resulting remark shot on Twitter, Musk fought that the WhatsApp informing administration worked by Meta "can't be relied upon."

Twitter's messaging feature would compete with a number of free services like WhatsApp, Telegram, Messenger, and Signal.

Musk added that Twitter will begin encrypting direct messages on the platform on Wednesday in order to protect privacy.

Musk has implemented changes in a manner that appears to be impulsive since acquiring Twitter for $44 billion late last year, occasionally resulting in chaos for users.

The CEO of Twitter has made it clear that he wants to create an all-purpose "X" application that can handle everything from messages to payments.

Musk as of late made the tech firm piece of an "X" shell enterprise, disposing of the Twitter organization name however proceeding to involve it for the help.

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