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Don't want the app? Facebook launches Messenger for your browser

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 09 Apr 2015 21:58

Don't want the app? Facebook launches Messenger for your browser Last year, Facebook annoyed users by splitting off their Messenger service into its own dedicated app that you had to download if you wanted to be able to send messages.
The company is somewhat remedying that situation now launching Messenger.com, an in-browser version of the popular chatting service. While you can still use Messenger from within the desktop Facebook page, Messenger.com allows you to just use the chat service, without any other distractions like games or timelines.

You can send pictures, stickers, and the gigantic Like emoji. What you cannot do, however, is send or even record voice messages.

You can go check it out here: Messenger

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