Facebook Launched A Standalone Web Messenger

by • April 9, 2015 • Breaking News, FacebookComments Off on Facebook Launched A Standalone Web Messenger6860

Days after announcing it had big plans for Messenger during its annual F8 conference, Facebook launched Messenger.com a standalone web interface, completely separated to the usual Facebook.com homepage.

Also Read: Facebook Messenger As A Business Tool

With Messenger.com, Facebook is making clear its plans to gear up Messenger as a platform of its own. Moreover, this move seems totally relevant to Facebook’s plans to make Messenger a true business communication tool.

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The web version is only available in English for now but there is no doubt support for additional languages will be available soon. Also, it does not seem to integrate third-party apps for now,  but these should also become part of Messenger.com very soon.


Messenger.com comes with desktop notifications so you will not miss conversations even if you’re stuck on other website.

To get started, simply visit Messenger.com form your usual browser and log in using your Facebook account. Once in, you will find everything you are already used to, as it not only looks like the Messenger mobile app, but it is also very similar to email and other web messaging apps.

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