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Facebook Messenger Lite: 68.0.0.18.274 Beta Version Available to Download

Almost anybody these days have a Facebook profile, therefore messaging and calling people on Zuckerberg’s famous social network is on demand whether it’s about your friends, co-workers, neighbors, relatives or business partners. The Messenger Lite app for Facebook assumes its role for simplifying interactions with Facebook users, and it keeps receiving updates.

Definitely, you should try the new 68.0.0.18.274 beta version of the app, which was released today, September 27th. It’s tiny and efficient. It will take over only 6.88 MB from your storage, it can be installed on a memory card, and it supports the following DPI’s: 360, 400, 420, 480, 560 and 640dpi.

Although the new update for Facebook Messenger Lite has Android 9.0 (Pie, API 28) as its main target, you can run the new version if you have a minimum of Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich, API 14) for the operating system running on your device.

Facebook Messenger Lite has some great characteristics, including fast loading, quick install and only 10 MB free storage needed for the installation. It even comes in handy if you don’t have a decent and stable Internet connection, since it has been created with the main purpose to be working pretty much anywhere you can get a little signal.

With Messenger Lite you can communicate with people from all over the world who use Messenger, Facebook or Facebook Lite. You can make video calls, send links and photos, instant message, participate in groups, use cute little emoji’s and so on. And all of the features are absolutely free!

It’s safe to assume that Messenger Lite has proven to be a very good choice for users over the years, therefore the new 68.0.0.18.274 beta update can surely not bother anyone. The app has in 2017 registered a monthly active user base of more than 200 million, which means huge numbers. No wonder it was developed by Facebook, one of the “Big Four” of tech companies.

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