Facebook Messenger Lite Launched With Performance Improvements And Bug Fixes

Facebook Messenger is the companion app for the Facebook app for Android and iOS. Since Facebook Messenger is quite demanding and uses lots of resources, Facebook decided to develop Facebook Messenger Lite fro low- and mid-range Android and iOS devices. Now, Facebook Messenger Lite for Android comes out with several bug fixes and performance improvements.

As we have mentioned above, Facebook Messenger Lite, along with the Facebook Lite app, is dedicated to users of low- and mid-range smartphones and tablets. This app doesn’t need a lot of resources to run, and it also operates faster than the standard Facebook Messenger app, summing up all the features of the original application.

Now, let’s see some of the essential features that Facebook Messenger Lite sports. Also, keep reading to find out what’s new in Facebook Messenger Lite

Facebook Messenger Lite Features

In comparison with the original Facebook Messenger, Facebook Messenger Lite is a lightweight application, below 10 Mb in size, and consumes lesser mobile data when used.

In short, Facebook Messenger Lite is faster, less demanding, and you will enjoy the same features found in the original Facebook Messenger.

Well, let’s highlight some of the features:

  • Keep in touch with your contacts on Facebook
  • Check when your friends are available to chat
  • Send messages to people or groups
  • Share files, including photos, videos, and documents
  • Voice and video calls

What’s New In Facebook Messenger Lite

Usually, Facebook brings new features and visual changes to its apps, Facebook Messenger Lite included. However, the latest Facebook Messenger Lite comes only with some bug fixes and performance improvements.

Accordingly, the new Facebook Messenger Lite fixed some bug found in the previous version, and it added some performance and stability enhancements, as well.

You can already download Facebook Messenger Lite from the Google Play Store. Also, the update is available via OTA when you’re connected to a WiFi network.

Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson is just getting his start as a journalist, he mostly worked on freelancer websites as an exceptional ghostwriter. Apart from being a contributor to the site, Ben also helps keep BleeBot up and running, he also keeps our social media feeds up-to-date.

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