Messenger

Messenger

By Facebook, Inc.

  • App Category: Social Networking
  • Release Date: 2011-08-09
  • Current Version: 149.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 214.38 MB
  • Developer: Facebook, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 8.0
App Ratings: 3
3
Based on 422,395 Reviews
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Messenger App Description

Instantly connect with the people in your life. Messenger is free, fast, and secure. - Reach anyone. You can use names or phone numbers to find friends. - Use everywhere. Messenger works across all mobile and desktop devices. You can even connect with people internationally! - Connect however you want. Send a text message, share a photo, or start a video chat — all in Messenger. - Communicate better with groups. Catch up in real time with high quality group video chat or customize your messaging experience with colors, nicknames, and group photos. - Call and video chat your friends 1:1 or in groups. It's free over Wi-Fi (otherwise standard data charges apply), so talk as long as you want, even with people in other countries. - Express yourself. Send emojis, stickers, and GIFs to conversations or add new masks and effects to your video chats. - Capture photos and videos with fun art and effects. You can save these to camera roll, send to conversations, or post to your Day, a place where people can see what you're up to. - Play games and compete with your friends. You can compare scores and see how you rank against other people. - Chat with businesses. You can make reservations, check on orders, and get real-time customer service.

Messenger App Screenshots

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App Reviews

  • Its aight

    3
    By jawsuuhlynn
    Id be happier if the pictures in messenger match the actual pictures on FB. Video needs more stability, could use more entertainment. Maybe be able to play and send games with each other like game pigeon?
  • Active

    2
    By KVW75057
    What happened to the minutes since active?
  • Privacy violating app

    1
    By Eelrebmyk
    Messenger just wanted to force me to grant access to my phone contacts in order to use the app. Uh, no. The fact that there is no way to opt out, only to allow it access and then go back in the app after the fact to shut off the continuous contact synch and instruct the app to delete my contacts... that’s not good enough. You advertising mf’ers don’t get to siphon off my contacts and then expect me to trust you that you’ll actually delete them and not use them. I didn’t click ok to allow the access, abandoned logging in, and deleted the messenger app from my phone. I’m pretty close to deleting Facebook entirely at this point.
  • FB Messenger not private

    1
    By JayBaby63
    I was chatting with a friend via the FB Messenger App. We were doing a survey, not in a group - just the two of us. But, I got responses from others. How were they able to see something that wasn’t shared? I deleted the App. Now only responding to messages through FB.
  • Simplicity

    2
    By tmacrand
    I reiterate, simplicity. I want to feel engaged as if I were looking at the person I am messaging. Simplicity.
  • Good

    5
    By roobin.md
    Support iPhone
  • Fix

    1
    By Aracely!¡
    When i’m in a call and it hangs up i can’t use the speaker anymore and i have to delete the app and re install it again
  • MESSENGER

    5
    By DebraMeade
    AWESOME
  • Why is messaging and FB separate?

    1
    By Qwerty fil
    Used to be simple. Seems like there is something fishy going on since messaging is now it’s own thing. No longer use it; if someone wants to get in touch with me that bad, text or call me. If you don’t have my number, there is likely a reason for that. Same goes the other way around.
  • users deserve control of their data

    2
    By patrick95867
    As a user I should be able to choose whether to have read receipts on or not. The social pressure of read receipts has a negative impact on the dynamic of instant messaging services and there should be an option to disable it. I understand the usefulness of read receipts in certain contexts but their usefulness is not universal. iMessage allows users to control this data with an option to toggle receipts on or off by the individual, would be glad to see this mirrored in Messenger.

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