Facebook Messenger Gets an iPad Version

    July 3, 2014
    Josh Wolford

In finally, that happened news, Facebook has released a dedicated iPad version of their Facebook Messenger app.

The iPad version comes with most of the functionality of the iPhone app, allowing users to send messages, create group chats, employ Facebook’s army of neat little stickers, and of course, VoIP calling – which the company rolled out in January of 2013.

It’s a pretty version of Messenger – one that heavy users will be happy to have (everyone knows that using the iPhone version of any app on an iPad is a pain in the ass). Today’s Messenger update also allows you to save videos you shoot inside the app to your phone’s camera roll.

No word from Facebook on a new version for Android tablets.

You can snag it today over at the App Store.

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