Facebook had announced Universal apps for Facebook, Messanger and Instagram at Windows 10 devices event in October 2015.Facebook is already testing its main app on Windows 10 in a private beta. Instagram is already available for Windows 10 mobile as beta. Very little has been said about the Facebook Messenger app. But now screenshots have reportedly been leaked, showing the Windows 10 PC version of Facebook Messenger in action.
- Get notifications so you never miss a message
- See when you have messages waiting for you with a live tile
- Send photos, videos, GIFs and more
- Bring your conversations to life with stickers
- Know when people have seen your messages
- Create groups for the people you message most—name them and set group photos
- Forward messages or photos to people who weren’t in the conversation
- Search for people and groups to quickly get back to them
Microsoft may officially announce these Facebook apps in Build 2016 event.
Here’s the leaked Screenshots:
WindowsBlogItalia has also posted a quick hands-on video with the app as well, which you can check out below (in Italian).