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In April 2013 Facebook released a revamped, Facebook-centric version of the Android mobile operating system, one that makes messaging capabilities even more prominent on the phone.Called "Facebook Home," this software likely will appear only to total Facebook addicts who mainly want a phone for Facebooking.Other standalone mobile messaging apps catching on in the U. Messaging has been one of the most popular features of Facebook's social network for years, and it's undergone all kinds of name changes and user interface changes as the company poured energy into updating it.The core function is sending an instant text message an to one of your friends on Facebook, and that function is the same regardless of whether you do it through the desktop version of the social network, the regular mobile app or standalone messaging app.Messaging apps have been particularly popular in Asia, where they are used so much that they've become a primary interface to the online social experience for many millions of people.Kakao Talk (Japan), Line (South Korea) and Nimbuzz (India) are a few popular mobile messaging apps that have been trend-setters. Other big communication platforms and apps that compete, of course, include Black Berry Messenger and Apple's i Message for texting, and Apple's Face Time for video calling. And Microsoft's Skype provides VOIP voice calling and would be a competitor, except Skype partnered with Facebook to help provide video calling on the social network's platform.Facebook's regular mobile app had built-in instant messaging capability for a long time, but in 2014 Facebook announced it was phasing out that messaging capability and requiring users to download Facebook Messenger if they wanted to do mobile instant messaging.
Called "Facebook Messenger for Windows," it's basically the same thing as the mobile messenger redesigned for desktop computers running Windows.In 2012, Facebook continued its intense promotion and development for live chat and messaging services.In November 2012, Facebook announced a deal with Mozilla's Firefox to make Facebook Messenger integrated directly into the popular Firefox browser so people can use Facebook's live chat feature on desktop computers without having to go to Poke never really caught on and Facebook eventually stopped promoting it.In early 2013, Facebook added free voice calling to its mobile messaging app, first on the i Phone version and then on the Android version, though it did not roll out in all countries for the Android right away.