We should consider ourselves lucky to have apps for instant messaging and video calls at our disposal anytime we need them. One of these apps is the good old Messenger from Facebook, and it never seems to get obsolete. Pretty much everyone is using it nowadays, as it’s a perfect tool for keeping in touch with your friends, family, co-workers, or even foes if you wish to.
Facebook Messenger allows you to make video calls and send text messages absolutely for free as long as you’re connected to a WiFi network. But Facebook wants the best for its app, and it never stops to update it.
2184.108.40.206.119 Beta Update just arrived
If you’re already in love with Facebook Messenger, you’ll love it even more after the 2220.127.116.11.119 beta update will arrive for your copy of the app. The update brings along several bug fixes and performance improvements.
You are free to use Facebook Messenger from pretty much all of your devices, as the description from the Play Store suggests:
“Be together whenever, with our free* all-in-one communication app, complete with unlimited text, voice, video calling and group video chat features. Easily sync your messages and contacts to your Android phone and connect with anyone, anywhere.”
Besides the text messages and video calls, there’s always the option of sending a recorded voice message almost instantly:
“When text just won’t cut it, just hit record and send. Say, sing, show, or shout it out loud.”
The 218.104.22.168.119 beta update for Facebook Messenger should finish rolling out for all users in the upcoming days. All you have to do in order to take advantage of it is to keep your phone connected to a stable WiFi network. You also have the option to manually download and install the update in the form of APK (Android Package Kit).