Living in such hard times due to the pandemic situation, people still have reasons to smile about and continue to keep their social experiences up to date. Messaging and video calling websites and apps became everyone’s favorite way to communicate. Due to such a thing, companies such as Facebook encountered some issues keeping their space in the domain. So, Facebook Messenger decided recently to get back in track and bring some updates.
Facebook Messenger Available for Windows and macOS
Facebook launches Messenger, its renowned messaging software, for Windows and macOS. Users will have the same messaging experience but on their computers, meaning you can still make voice and video calls. You could also try different layouts and themes, similar to the mobile experience. The design resembles more of the Skype’s layout on Desktop so that you can view your contacts on the left side while chatting with someone on the right edge of the dialogue box.
You don’t have to log in with your Facebook account to chat on Messenger. Instead of such a thing, you can make a Messenger account using only your email ID or phone number. You can also call on video up to 50 contacts at once. When the number of participants grows from 6, only the main contact is showcased on the screen while the others can view the primary one. Messenger can be a fantastic tool for teaching institutions.
Previously, for messaging on Facebook, users had to use the little pop up within the Facebook website only. For some users, such a feature was disappointing, while others were finding it rather dull and out of date. Facebook, however, gained much praise on its mobile platform. On the app, users can easily stay in touch with their contacts. The messaging feature is smoother and reliable, too. Facebook Messenger seems a nice application.