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Facebook Messenger

114.0 for iPhone

The easiest way to use the Facebook chat on the go





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If you usually use Facebook chat, we recommend you to install Facebook Messenger because it allows you to send and receive messages via Facebook, in fact it is the official app.

The application offers us an easy way to share photos and our location. It even offers multiconference chat sessions to chat with several contacts at the same time.

We'll be able to configure it to receive a buzz each time you receive a message and, by that way, use it as if it was Whatsapp. You'll be able to answer using common SMS if you think that person is not online when you are answering.

Facebook Messenger is a must have for any user out there using Facebook at anytime. It's a really comfortable way to chat with Facebook friends.
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