Facebook starts testing mobile calling app

Facebook Inc said it started testing its mobile calling app ‘Hello’ on Android, which allows users to connect with Facebook to see the identity and information about callers even if the number is not saved on the phone.

Hello, built by the messenger team, can pull information people and businesses have shared on Facebook.

The app also gives the option of blocking calls, which then go to a voicemail feature.

Facebook said in March that it would add a feature to its messaging app that allows friends to send and receive money through it.

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