Facebook Messenger

The main screen of Facebook Messenger for Windows Phone shows your most recent conversations. You can create a new chat from this page, or tap on an existing conversation to continue sending messages. Read full review
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Editors' Rating
4 stars

Free

Messenger list

The second page in the app shows all of your friends in alphabetical order. You can tap any of the names to start a new chat. Read full review
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4 stars

Free

Active contacts

On the active screen, you'll which of your friends are online and available to chat instantly. Read full review
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4 stars

Free

Message thread

The conversation view has a clean, simple design that looks just like the Android and iOS Messenger apps. Here you can send text messages, photos, and stickers to your friends. Read full review
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4 stars

Free

Settings

You can alter your notification preferences in the settings menu. Read full review
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4 stars

Free

Group chat

You can start a group chat in the app, and add new people at any time. Read full review
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4 stars

Free

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