One of the alternatives used to be communicated with friends and contacts is Messenger Facebook. The company of Mark Zuckerberg is very well positioned for its application in the mobile ecosystem. And now, taking advantage of the boom of the video, have decided to extend their domains to the desktop traditional.
Facebook Messenger already has application for macOS and Windows and it comes at a time in which an application such as Zoom is achieving a great popularity among the users. A version of Facebook Messenger which extrapolates to our computer, all the good (and not so good) that has the mobile version.
Facebook Messenger on Windows and macOS
The first thing that catches the attention of Facebook Messenger is that we will be able to make group video calling free and unlimited, something that is now highly topical. What they have released is the upper of participants that can join the video chat.
Next to video calls in group, Facebook Messenger also allows you to perform video conferencing and individual play, with additions as are the GIFS and emoticons. And in both cases, do it full size on a computer is something a priori more eye-catching in a mobile, and for many more practical.
Once the application is installed, which can be downloaded from this link for macOS and from the Microsoft store for Windows, you will have access to classic features. We will be on the day to receive notifications of new messages and also syncs with the app on the mobile, so that in one and in another version we have active the same calls.
Its integration in macOS and Windows 10 will also be total, then have made it compatible with the dark mode. At the time of release, I have tested the application to macOS and now I’ll try the Windows and the functionality is the same as when you use your mobile phone.
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