Facebook Launches New Windows 10 Apps for Messenger, Instagram and Facebook

It finally happened. Instagram has left its beta tag, Facebook App is fast, and with all favourite features seen on other platforms, ad messenger app is now available for Desktop. Yes Facebook & Microsoft has done it again as they officially roll out these apps which had been long awaited on that platform, specially Instagram.

Facebook for Windows 10

  • Its fast and easy to access your favorite features.
  • The app starts and loads your News Feed much faster than previous Facebook desktop applications.
  • Desktop notifications with options to  pin a new Facebook Live Tile which shows you the latest updates from your friends, family and Pages you follow.
  • Easy to share photos to Facebook straight from your favorite apps or File Explorer.
  • Reactions, stickers in comments, and a right-hand column that shows birthday & event reminders, trending topics and more.
  • Built an in-app browser to make it easier for people to read and share multiple articles from their News Feed.

Live Tile Magnifying Glass Marcos

FB with Device Shadow

Price: unknown

Messenger for Windows 10

  • Includes features like stickers, group conversations and GIFs.
  • Native desktop notifications that make your experience richer and more complete.
  • You also can see when you have messages waiting for you with a Live Tile.

Messenger with Device Shadow

Instagram for Windows 10

  • Brings the app’s core features to the Windows Phone community
  • It now includes Instagram Direct, Explore and video.
  • Supports Live Tiles, showing you updates right on your home screen.

IG in device with shadow

Facebook and Messenger for Windows 10 will both be available later today in the Windows Desktop App Store, and Instagram for Windows 10 Mobile will be available later today in the Windows Phone Store.

Price: Free

About Ashish

A die-hard fan of Windows, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone and Xbox, Loves to Do Video reviews on Windows Phone Apps, Games, Xbox Games, Xbox Tutorials.

One comment

  1. messenger on PC? I don’t need it, bad strategy from Facebook

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