After making its debut in the world of smartphone applications in 2011, Messenger now arrives on the desktop, both for Windows and for macOS.
To help users keep in touch with family and friends in times of social isolation, the popular Facebook application allows you to make free group video calls.
In addition to allowing unlimited group video calls for up to 8 participants, the new Messenger for desktop features such as dark mode and automatic synchronization of conversations between the computer and the mobile application.
Facebook also promises greater accessibility, as well as the possibility of doing multiple tasks on the PC without the application being too annoying for the user.
The new Messenger for desktop is free and can be found at the Microsoft digital store, for Windows, and the Mac App Store, for macOS.