Facebook Updates Messager for Android, BlackBerry, iOS
Oct 19, 2011, 3:38 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Facebook today made version 1.5 of its instant messaging application available to the Android, BlackBerry, and iOS platforms. The new version adds more presence features, such as the ability to see who's online, who's mobile, and when the other person is typing. It's also easier to send messages to favorite contacts. Facebook also added support for 22 new languages for Android, and 12 new languages for iPhone. The application is free to download from each platforms respective application store.
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