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Facebook shuts down its group video chat app

Google is not alone in terms of shutting down the projects just dont just work out. Houseparty is a group video calling app that was a lot popular few years ago, and Facebook released its own clone in 2017 and re-branded it with name ‘Bonfire.’ Now the company has shut down Bonfire, and it never even arrived in the United States.

The app was only ever available in Denmark, and according few sources, it also never reached 10,000 downloads  milestone on Android.

Facebook is trying too hard to get on everyone’s smartphone by copying any feature it can (For instance Stories from SnapChat). The only question is till when Facebook would copy?

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Dhaval is a tech geek who loves developing software, games and writing technical posts. In his free time, he loves to read novels.

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