In lieu of garnering a greater reach to people, Facebook Messenger today has brought out, Messenger Lite, a faster version of its messenger in India. Messenger Lite was previously rolled out in countries such as Vietnam, Nigeria, Peru, Turkey, Germany, Japan and the Netherlands. The size of the Messenger Lite is under 10MB. It is a simpler version of Messenger which designed for areas with slow or unstable internet, along with the inclusion of maximum features of the app.
The Messenger Lite offers the same basic functions as Messenger, enabling users to send and receive texts, photos, links, emojis and stickers. It can be used in basic or older version of Android smartphones, including Gingerbread. The app is smaller, so it gets downloads quickly and occupies less storage space in your device. It also enables voice calling and the active now indicator which shows people who are online. It also has the ability to view and remove group members and add members to groups.
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In India with Messenger Lite, more people can stay connected, regardless of network conditions or storage limitations on their Android devices, the company claims. It may be recalled that Facebook is also expanding the beta which sent ads to nearly all Messenger users. After promising tests in Australia and Thailand, Facebook is expanding the beta which sent ads to nearly all Messenger users.