Facebook has released a desktop version of the Messenger app for Apple’s Mac and Microsoft’s Windows, making video chat available on computer screens for Facebook users.
After the surge in the use of video conferencing apps like Zoom and lockdowns to slow the spread of coronavirus, corporate offices, school districts, organizations and millions of people around the world are now at home I started to work. Last year, Facebook announced plans for a desktop version, revealing the steps to transform it into a private messaging company. According to Thursday’s social network, over the past month, more than 100% of users have used desktop browsers for voice and video calls on Messenger.
Here are some highlights:
- Group video calls on a larger screen.
- Easy to connect.
- Chats sync across mobile and desktop.
- Everything you love about Messenger on a bigger screen.