A native Facebook Messenger app for Windows 10 is likely on its way.
On Thursday, a beta rendition of the app appeared on Microsoft’s Windows application store. The all inclusive Windows application takes a shot at PCs and tablets running Microsoft’s newest working framework.
The application’s components and format are generally like the experience you get using the web program on Messenger.com. In any case, as a native application, it has live tile support and notifications.
Facebook is also reportedly testing a Messenger application for Mac. Like the Windows 10 application, it’s not clear when Facebook will release the applications. It’s possible they could announce them at their F8 engineer conference in April.
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