Back in May, Facebook announced that it was going to simplify the interface on its Messenger app to fewer tabs so you can simply stay connected. This redesign included a new streamlined interface, a proper dark mode, and remove some of the shortcuts and features that people don’t use.
Earlier today, Android Police reported of a reader who sent in screenshots of the update installed on their mobile. According to this reader, the update came as a server-side change since their Messenger app had not been updated via the Play Store prior to noticing the change.
There are three tabs at the bottom: conversations, contacts, and an explore tab. This is where other unessential features have moved to including businesses and games shortcuts. Otherwise, the chat window has a cleaner interface with simpler shortcut icons all around.
Although there aren’t any dark-mode screenshots available from the source, we’re excited to see what it would look like once the update does begin rolling out on a wider scale.
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