If you’re a Facebook Messenger savage and happen to use a Mac, we have uplifting news for you. Another Mac adaptation of the Facebook Messenger app is rolling out now, despite the fact that you probably won’t have the option to get hold of it presently.
Apparently the app is rolling out in stages, with France, Australia, Mexico, Poland, and New Zealand all ready to download it from the Mac App Store.
Every other person, you’re simply must hold up a short time as confirmed by French site MacGeneration, who previously spotted it.
Facebook first reported the Messenger apps would be coming to both macOS and Windows just about a year back, yet it’s set aside a long effort to show up. The organization identified at its 2019 F8 gathering that individuals needed to have the option to message over the entirety of their devices consistently. What’s more, some portion of that was the use of a devoted app.
The terrible news is that the app depends on Electron, so there’s no Catalyst enchantment here. Ideally, it won’t be the CPU and memory-sucking beast app that we know other Electron apps can be. We’re seeing you, Slack.