Despite being a lightweight app which takes up less than 10MB of internal storage space, Facebook Messenger Lite is still packed with a bunch of great chatting features. To make things even better, Facebook Messenger Lite benefits from full fledged developer support and this means that there is a large team of developers who are constantly improving the performances of the lightweight chatting app on a daily basis. The way that the developers are doing that is by constantly pushing out software updates and a brand-new one has just arrived.
Facebook Messenger Lite 22.214.171.124.283 Beta Update
The latest update for Facebook Messenger Lite sports the 126.96.36.199.283 beta version number and it is being rolled out via official OTA (over the air) channels right now. As we can tell from the update’s version number, the only Facebook Messenger Lite users who can access it are the ones who are enrolled in the beta program. On the bright side of things, everyone who uses an Android-powered smartphone is allowed to enroll in Facebook Messenger Lite’s beta program.
The new update doesn’t come with any fancy features and instead, it aims to improve the overall communication features of Facebook Messenger Lite. The way that the new update does that is by introducing a handful of software tweaks which not only improve the overall stability of the app but also enhance its performances.
Since we are talking about Facebook Messenger Lite, let’s go ahead and check out which are the highlight features of this lightweight chatting app.
- Installs quickly. It’s less than 10MB to download!
- Saves data. It loads fast, runs efficiently and uses less mobile data.
- Works everywhere. Reach people when you’re in an area with a slow or unstable internet connection.
- 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.
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