New Facebook, Messenger and Instagram Windows Apps


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Many people are using Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram on Windows. A few days earlier Facebook has released the latest Windows Apps for Facebook and Messenger on desktop and Instagram on mobile. Facebook claims that the news apps will load quickly within Windows and has the most up-to-date features.

Facebook for Windows 10

The latest facebook app is just a click away from the Start Menu and starts and loads faster than the previous Facebook Desktop Apps. It shows desktop notifications and you can pin the Facebook Live Tile which shows the latest updates from friends, family, and Pages you follow. You can also share photos to Facebook directly from your favourite apps or File Explorer.
Reactions, Stickers in comments and a right-hand column that shows birthday and event reminders, trending topics is also included in the new Facebook App. There is an inbuilt browser to make it easier for you to read and share multiple articles from the News Feed.FB with Device Shadow-Technosearch

Messenger for Windows 10

The new Messenger Apps helps to keep your conversation rolling where ever you go. It has a native desktop notification feature along with the favourite features like stickers, group conversation and GIFs which give a complete user satisfaction. You can see the messages waiting in the Live Tile.Messenger with Device Shadow-Technosearch-02

Instagram for Windows 10

Initially, when Instagram for windows was released, it was more concerned about bringing the Instagram apps core features to the windows phone community as early as possible. The newly released Instagram for Windows 10 Mobile has all of the community’s favorite features — including Instagram Direct, Explore, and video. It also supports Live Tiles, showing you updates right on your home screen.

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Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram for Windows 10 will both be available in the Windows Desktop App Store. Windows 8 app users can choose to continue to use it, either by using Facebook in the browser or completing a free update to Windows 10.

 

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