Facebook Adds Video Chat to Messenger Lite
Facebook today made its slimmed-down messaging app a bit more powerful with the addition of video chatting. Facebook calls video chats "an expected and essential part of everyday communication" and the company is pleased to offer the functionality to users of the Messenger Lite app. Messenger Lite already offers core messaging tools, such as text, photos, links, and audio calls. It easily connects to people who use either Messenger Lite or the full version of Messenger. Once people update to the new version of Messenger Lite, a video icon will appear in the upper right corner of conversations allowing for instant video chats. Facebook says Messenger Lite users can also upgrade audio-only calls to video chats with but a tap. Messenger Lite is meant for older Android devices or for use in areas where networks may not be as robust. The app is free to download from the Google Play Store.
Facebook Debuts Messenger 'Lite' for Slow Networks
Facebook today announced Messenger Lite, a pared-down version of its instant messaging app for emerging markets. The app is meant for entry-level and mid-range Android handsets that operate on slower cellular networks.
Facebook's Messenger Lite App Reaches the U.S.
Facebook recently made its data-saving, lightweight Messenger Lite application available to Android users in the U.S. The app has primarily been available in emerging markets where metered data connections are the norm.
Facebook Messenger Gains Group Video Chats
Facebook today launched group video chats within Messenger. The tool will allow up to six participants to view one another in a live video call.
Facebook Brings Instant Video to Messenger
Facebook today added the ability to stream video live within its Messenger application. The feature is different from a two-way video chat, which has been part of Messenger since 2015.
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