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Messenger Lite introduced animated GIFs and other features to the app

Messenger Lite

Messenger Lite, Facebook’s stripped down form of its prominent messaging application, is getting some new highlights for customization and expression. Beginning today, clients of the application will have the capacity to send and see animated GIFs, change how discussions with individuals and groups look and exchange documents with others.

Messenger Lite has dependably been fit for getting GIFs, yet earlier today they weren’t animated in-application. So essentially, they were simply pictures. Presently they will play as expected.

Facebook prescribes utilizing an outsider GIF console like Google’s Gboard to discover and send GIFs, prone to keep the Messenger Lite application itself as trim as could be expected under the circumstances.

Clients can likewise send files through the stage by tapping the “+” image, choosing the document and hitting send.

Notwithstanding animated GIFs, Messenger Lite currently underpins the greater part of the customization features that are available in the full-sized Messenger application. Users are currently able to change the shade of the message bubble in discussions. They’ll likewise have the capacity to offer nicknames to the general population they are conversing with or change the name of a group chat.

Facebook has transformed Messenger Lite into a pretty component rich administration as of late while keeping the application under 10MB.

The lightweight messaging application that is accessible in more than 100 nations got video talk abilities not long ago. While the application is fundamentally focused at clients in developing nations, it’s additionally a less-cumbersome, data sparing option in contrast to Messenger for the individuals who aren’t keen on playing games or sending Snapchat-style messages.

This is a useful application for those who have low storage phones but want to get the best of the free Facebook experience.

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