Facebook Lite is a highly popular app in the Android community with millions of people from all over the world using it every single day. The reason why this social media app is so popular is because it is a lightweight version of Facebook which means that it requires lower hardware specs in order to run. Not just that, but Facebook Lite weighs in at only a couple of MB and its software has been optimized to run in bad internet conditions.
While Facebook Lite might ship with lots of cool features, what really makes it stand out when compared to similar apps is the fact that Facebook Lite is equipped with the standalone Messenger Lite app. This app weighs in at only 10MB and it is renowned for the communication features and premium user experience that it offers.
Messenger Lite 126.96.36.199.176 Beta Update
Even though Messenger Lite might be a lightweight app, this doesn’t mean that it doesn’t benefit from the same full-fledged developer attention as the original app does. Therefore, no one should be shocked to find out that Messenger Lite receives a constant stream of updates and in fact, a brand-new one has just arrived.
The latest update for Messenger Lite sports the 188.8.131.52.176 version number and it is currently being rolled out via OTA (over the air) channels to Messenger Lite users who are enrolled in the beta program. However, Messenger Lite users who don’t want to enroll in the beta program can also manually download the new update in the form of APK.
Now that we presented the latest update for Messenger Lite, let’s go ahead and check out what some of the best features that this app has to offer.
- Contact anyone on Messenger, Facebook or Facebook Lite.
- See when people are active and available to chat.
- Send photos, links, or express yourself with stickers.
- Message people one-on-one or in groups to catch up or make plans.
- Make one-on-one voice and video calls for free over Wi-Fi (otherwise standard data charges apply). Talk as long as you want, even with people in other countries!
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