Facebook introduced Messenger Lite last fall, as a lightweight version of Messenger that would allow users to easily communicate with their friends and family, without having to worry about hardware restrictions.
Facebook’s Messenger Lite application was available only in a handful of countries at launch and now Facebook has announced that it’s bringing the application to users in 132 more countries, including Germany, Colombia, Italy, Vietnam, Algeria, Morocco, Nigeria, Peru, Turkey, Japan, and the Netherlands.
Basically, people from all over the world will be able to download and install the Messenger Lite app on their Android-running smartphones, while availability will surely expand soon to more countries. At launch, Messenger Lite was focused solely on emerging countries, but it seems that Facebook has changed the strategy and is now… (read more)
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