Facebook Updates Messenger: Includes multi-account support on Desktop, brings availability for Mac OS

Facebook is constantly bringing new features to its Messenger app – making it better every day. Well, now there is a new feature in the pipeline that will make the Messenger more user-friendly.

According to ALumia, Facebook has released a beta version of Messenger for Windows users which would give them support for multiple accounts.

Facebook also revamped their old Windows XP style display and integrated a Fluent Design menu to the Messenger. Additionally, it is offering more options for the users that would enable them to switch between chats and add reactions.

Integration for MAC OS

As promised last year at the F8 conference, Facebook is also finally rolling out the support of Messenger for Mac OS on Apple App Store. However, the app is not fully rolling out globally as of yet.

When contacted, a spokesperson for Facebook said that currently they are conducted a small test to analyze the reaction. As of now, the software will only be available to users in France, Poland, Mexico, and Australia. The Mac version would include all the features that are part of the mobile version – including Dark Mode.

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