If you're someone who uses the Facebook mobile app constantly on your i Phone, then the natural peanut butter to that jelly would be downloading Messenger!
Messenger allows users to connect, chat, and keep up to date in more ways than just sending simple text messages and emojis to one another: there are options to have group chats, the ability to make 'phone' calls, chances to play video games through Messenger, and so, so much more.
Along the bottom of Facebook Messenger there are a bunch of icons including Home, Calls, People, and Games.
(Facebook) much more from whoever you're speaking to – you can even play games with them!
When you're having a standard conversation with someone, you can choose to send them video clips, your upcoming plans, GIFs, your location, photos, voice memos, and even quick responses like a thumbs-up if you don't have time to write something out.
Struggling to manage large group chats now that you can have up to 250 people participating all at once?
Facebook announced today in a newsroom post that it's introducing some new, widely-requested features to Messenger to improve your group chatting experience.
That being said, if you don't want to mess around with admin stuff, you don't have to.