Facebook Messenger 190.0.0.17.95 Beta Shows You Your Missed Calls and Call History

Everybody should stay in touch with their loved ones. Facebook Messenger 190.0.0.17.95 beta allows you to connect instantly with the people you care most about. This app comes free of charge, it is secure and works fast as lightning.

Features

Through Messenger, you can reach anyone at any time. Search for your friends by either looking them up by their names or searching with their phone number.

Messenger is capable of working everywhere, across all desktop and mobile devices. You can even use it to connect from people who live on another continent.

You can choose the way through which you wish to connect. Share a picture, send a text message or start a video call – all can be accomplished through the use of Facebook’s Messenger.

Communicate

Group communication is another huge benefit of this app. Improve how you talk to your group of friends, catch up in real time and experience high quality group video chat. You can even personalize your messaging experience by using nicknames, group photos or colors.

Audio and video calls can be performed either with one person at a time or during a group call. Wi-Fi hotspots will make them completely free, otherwise standard data charges will apply.

Expression

Messenger allows you to convey your feelings through texts. This is enabled through the use of stickers, emojis, or GIFs which will spark up conversations. Bring more fun to your video chats through the use of new effects or masks.

Capture live photos or videos and improve them with various effects and fun art. Those you like you can save to your camera roll, sent to other conversations, or post to your Day. ‘My Day’ is a place can see what are you up to and give you feedback.

Carrie Ryley

Carrie Ryley was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale. As a journalist Carmen has contributed to NPR News Blog, Outdoor Magazine and many other publications. In regards to academics, Carrie earned a degree in business degree from A&N and earned her master’s degree at University of Florida. Carrie covers local news and culture stories here at Miami Morning Star.

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