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Facebook Messenger Beta Comes With Performance Improvements

The rise of smartphones played an important role in the spread of social media and messaging apps. Facebook is the undisputed champion of social media networks, with more than 2 billion active accounts and hundreds of millions of active users each day. Facebook Messenger is a standalone app that permits Facebook users to chat.

Facebook anticipated that smartphones would become popular, and the company decided to release several apps that could enhance the user experience on mobile devices. One of them is the Facebook Messenger app, which offers access to a wealth of fun and useful features without the need to pay a dime.

Harness the power of your Wi-Fi or mobile data connection to send an unlimited number of messages and perform voice and video calls with a few taps. The app will automatically synch messages across all platforms to keep you updated.

New Facebook Messenger Beta update is available for Android

Call people who are on the other side of the world and talk without the need to worry about your data plan. Create and join video calls with up to eight users at the same time, which works across several platforms. Enjoy a crystal-clear audio experience, and high-definition video feeds. Interact with other people in the conversation with the help of fun filters and much more.

In some cases, you may want to send a quick message without the need to type it or call the person. The built-in voice and video message have you covered, and your message will be on its way as soon as the recording process is over.

It is important to keep your eyes safe during those late-night chats that seem to last forever. Activate the dedicated dark mode, which is easy on the eyes and will also drain a lower amount of energy.

Besides messages, users can also send a variety of files, including photos, short videos, and other types of files. The new Facebook Messenger Beta update comes with new performance improvements.


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