Download Facebook Messenger App for Windows

Facebook has recently launched a standalone chat application Facebook Messenger for windows OS after releasing it for Android, BlackBerry and iPhone devices.

Facebook Messenger lets you to chat with friends without opening Facebook in browser ,similar to Gtalk and Yahoo messenger but with some additional features. In the Facebook Messenger you can chat with your friends, see the live updates in ticker and get quick notifications.

Earlier Facebook has released it for only a specific group people for testing purpose. It somehow got leaked on Internet and now Facebook has officially released for public. 
You can download it from this link.

Currently this app is only for Window 7 users. Facebook hasn’t launched it for other older version of windows. Mac and Linux users will also have to wait for some time before they get this wonderful app on their PCs.

Features of Facebook App:

  • You can chat and send messages to your friends on Facebook.
  • See the latest updates from your friends in ticker.
  • Get quick notifications about what’s going on.

Note:- Always make sure you log out from your Facebook Messenger and click on Exit button otherwise if you directly close the App it will minimize into system tray and you will stay logged in.

Do you have questions, comments, or suggestions? Feel free to post a comment! 

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