Facebook is a great app and there is no doubt about that because otherwise, why would more than two billion people use it every single day? Facebook gives everyone a place where they can share their thoughts and opinions with their friends and family members. However, what truly makes Facebook special is the fact that it is bundled with the standalone Facebook Messenger app.
Facebook Messenger is the app where everyone goes to whenever they want to get in touch with someone. The chatting app is equipped with a bunch of cool features that make it easier for users to communicate. Nonetheless, Facebook Messenger is in our sights today because the developers who are in charge of it have just released a brand-new update.
Facebook Messenger 18.104.22.168.121 Beta
The new update for Facebook Messenger sports the 22.214.171.124.121 beta version number and therefore, we are advising all Facebook Messenger fans who want to make sure that they receive access to all the latest features and software tweaks to consider enrolling the Facebook Beta program.
What’s great about this program is that the only thing that users need to do in exchange for receiving the privilege of downloading and install all the latest features and bug fixes is to provide the developers with solid feedback.
Improved User Interface
Facebook Messenger fans should be excited to find out that the new update which sports the 126.96.36.199.121 beta version number doesn’t just come with a bunch of bug fixes and software tweaks. The update also introduces a couple of improvements for the user interface
- Chat tab lets you quickly access all your messages.
- People tab helps you find friends, both new and old.
- Discover tab connects you to your favorite brands, find discounts, play games and more in explore.
- Added new color gradients.
Cameron Potvin is a seasoned journalist with nearly 6 years experience. While studying journalism at the New Mexico State University, Cameron found a passion for finding engaging stories. As a contributor to News Lair, Cameron mostly covers state and national developments.