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March 05, 2014

Facebook Messenger now on Windows Phone 8

Facebook’s very own messaging service, Facebook Messenger, finally finds its way into Windows Phone 8.

Coming from Android and iOS, Facebook Messenger will take care of your Facebook messages on your WP8 devices on-the-go. Not just plain text-based messages but you can use the numerous stickers and send photos, something that the integrated Facebook messaging feature on WP8 can’t offer.

Here are the initial features according to its official Windows Store page:
– Get to all your messages without having to open Facebook.
– Bring your conversations to life with stickers and send photos privately.
– Have group conversations and make plans on the go.
– Share your location so people know when you’re nearby.
– Know when people have seen your messages.
– See who’s using Messenger and who’s active on Facebook.
– Stay logged in so you never miss a message.
– Turn off notifications when you’re working, sleeping or just need a break.
– Never lose your conversation history or contacts.

If you have a Windows Phone 8 device, head on to Windows Store by clicking here and give it a shot.


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2 Responses to “Facebook Messenger now on Windows Phone 8”

  1. enzo says:

    so its says its not available in our region. kind of racist hahaha!

  2. passengerticket says:

    looks ugly

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This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film junkie and technology enthusiast. He wish to have his own cinema soon, so watch out for it. You can Follow him on Twitter @PlyrDan10.

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