Facebook’s lite version of Messenger lands in India, and you should switch right now

Facebook launched Messenger Lite, a streamlined version of its messaging service for people on slower connections, about nine months ago. It’s since become available in more than 100 countries, and has just arrived in India today. It’s basically Messenger without a bunch of (mostly) unnecessary bells and whistles. For folks who are low on storage space and RAM, it’s a great choice. You’ll lose out on voice and video calling, and the ability to send GIFs (boo), as well as some useless bloat like Messenger Day (aka Stories), bots and games (yay). That seems like a small price to pay…

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