The bottom menu contains the above mentioned, Chats tab, which combines regular and group conversations. In the middle of the menu you will find the People tab to check who’s active and what new stories your friends have posted, while Discover is the third and final item in this menu, which allows you to play instant games, connect with business, follow the news and more. Besides, this revamped bottom section, there are also new options that allow you to personalize conversations. Among the new customization tools you have nicknames, emojis and various chat colors.
Tip: The ability to tweak chat colors allows you to create a much expected Dark Mode with editable chat bubble shades. This way you can make Facebook Messenger more eye-friendly when used in a low-light environment. The downside is that all edits are available for the current chat. Changes are not applied app-wide, which means that you have to tweak each conversation separately, if you want to create a Dark Mode for all conversations.
Fact: Facebook Messenger 4 has started rolling out today, but the new version will become available gradually to worldwide users. It can take days, if not weeks until everyone can update. FB Messenger is downloadable for free from the App Store. Tap here to download and update to Messenger 4! For more info about Messenger 4 you can read Facebook’s official announcement.
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