Apr 092015
 
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Recently, in March, Facebook added some new cool features in its Messenger, so that people do not have to depend upon other service providers like Paypal, Payza etc. for transferring money. This has brought a huge revolution in the world of social networking sites since it has shown that it’s time that the social networking sites get some upgrades.

After launching WhatsApp Web, now Facebook has brought a fully dedicated Messenger for web browsers which can act as a standalone tool for allowing Facebook users to chat easily. On April 8th, 2015, Facebook, the king of social networks uncovered its plans and new service with Messenger.com, which is a dedicated chat interface for users who prefer web browsers for chatting.messenger.com
Currently, Messenger.com has been made available only for selected regions. Facebook has stated that this feature will be rolled out for the users all over the world in a short time.

So now, the good part is that the users will be able to use Facebook for chatting without loading Facebook’s main website, and of course, without all those distracting news feed contents (like that in Facebook Messenger app).

However, this launch of a standalone Messenger website has created a doubt if Facebook is going to separate Facebook.com and Messenger service like it did in its mobile apps. Facebook has already made a compulsion for the mobile users to download and install a separate Messenger app for chatting.


How to use Messenger.com?

In order to use Messenger.com, you just need to go to your web browser and visit http://messenger.com. Then, a page with login screen will appear. There, all you need to do is enter your Facebook username (or email ID or phone number) along with your password and click ‘Sign In’.
And bingo! You’re using Messenger.com, a complete dedicated and distraction-free messaging tool for Facebookers all around the globe.

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