The only reason we are using Facebook is for connectivity, friends, knowledge, and fun. If you haven't seen it from that angle, Facebook is really a vast source for finding news and is an efficient platform to showcase stuff. It engages the people; it runs because of user created content. Recently, Facebook released a Lite version of Facebook Messenger named as Messenger Lite.
Let's find out which one is better for daily use.
Facebook Messenger Lite is a cut-down version of Messenger. It is specifically designed to work with slower data connections. It has essential features like send sticker, texting, and image sharing.
A lighter version of messenger is here, but we can not expect much from this version as it supports very limited functions. However, it can handle the texts and essential options with slow internet connections. Messenger has a better option, in this case, we use that for video conversations.
Messenger Lite is created "for people, who still own older Android devices that have less available storage, ram and lower performing CPUs, and that often run on lower bandwidth connections," rather than for people buying today's new entry-level smartphones. -said David Marcus (Facebook's VP of Messaging Products).
Here I go, I just love the blazing speed of messenger lite. As It is not possible in Messenger app right now. That is a great improvement for low-end users.
You must have faced the image sharing issue with slow connections. Messenger Lite is the best solution for you if you are looking more into image sharing. Although, Messenger is also good with the same but the main issue is the internet connection.
1.) Share locations.
2.) Share Videos.
3.) Video chats.
4.) Hidden games.
5.) More stickers
But everything works good with a faster internet connection, if you want to fulfill the speed then Facebook Messenger Lite is the best! I'm using the Messenger Lite with my slow connection speed and Messenger for other uses.
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