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Messenger Lite: Facebook offers sleek app for countries with poor power supply
Facebook drills his Messenger on and on. There are additional functions that consume not only on the smartphone space, but also consume more data when using. In countries where the power supply is not so tense, it may already be a problem. Recognized Facebook then even with the main app and offered accordingly Facebook Lite to a slim app that dominates only the basic functions of Facebook (Messenger included). The same way is Facebook now on Messenger. Messenger Lite provides basic functions, ie the sending of text messages, images and links. Everything packed in a heavy under 10MB app package.
Stickers can be indeed received, but not sent. Visually Messenger Lite is already producing the icon, it turns the color of the normal messenger app to easy, so a blue flash in a white balloon. Available Messenger Lite will be first in Kenya, Tunisia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Venezuela, but other countries will follow. After Germany as a “Lite” product will likely not come, even if here would want one or the other a more streamlined app with rudimentary functions safely. Messenger Lite is also available for Android.Viewing:-72
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