Back in April, Facebook officially unveiled its newest effort: Messenger Rooms. It's a video conferencing app that aims to take on Group FaceTime, Zoom, and other services.
If you were hoping Facebook would jump on the whole-from-home bandwagon and launch a Zoom alternative, your wish has been granted.
The Messenger Kids app from Facebook is expanding significantly: the software is now available in more than an additional 70 countries around the world. Support for even more markets is coming soon, according to the announcement. At the same time, the software has been refreshed with several new features, including Supervised Friending.
Facebook customers will soon be able to take advantage of a new Care reaction for posts, comments, media and so forth to better express support during the coronavirus crisis.
Facebook already offers a Messenger app for the Apple Watch, but the company's experimental development team has decided to offer up another option, this one focusing on messaging only your closest contacts.
Following initial launch in France last month, the desktop app for Facebook's Messenger service continues its staggered rollout with immediate availability in the Mac App Store in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and a bunch of other markets.
For Facebook Messenger users, a Mac app would probably be very helpful. And yet, the wait for an actual, official app has been long.
In an ongoing effort to make its messaging software more nimble and less bloated, Facebook today updated Messenger for iPhone and iPad with a refreshed design that hides the Discover tab form the main view while putting greater emphasis on ephemeral stories and friends.
Up until this week, Facebook didn't actually require a Facebook Messenger user to have a Facebook account. But that has changed.
If you have been aching for a new, built-in way to pay for things while using Facebook's most popular apps, the social network has something just for you: Facebook Pay.
Following individual reports of humans reviewing potentially sensitive content from users from other big tech companies, Facebook has come forward and admitted similar situations in its own right.
Have you received an unwanted message or maybe a harassing one on Facebook Messenger? Luckily you have a way to report these types of conversations in the Messenger app or on the web and it only takes a minute.
To protect yourself from unsolicited messages, here’s how to report conversations on Facebook Messenger.