With lots of rumors comes out lately about the revamped Facebook Messenger launch, Facebook has finally announced today that they are working on totally revamped Facebook Messenger for iOS and Android devices. Earlier this month, we have seen Facebook rolling out major updates to its iOS and Android applications with new flat and elegant interfaces. The new design of Facebook application is already available to users, but Messenger application is still carrying the old design layout.
Facebook has shown their newly designed Facebook Messenger application to The Verge, and according to them Facebook has removed the option that allows Android users to send text messages to any number on their Android device with Facebook Messenger. Facebook is said to be rolling out the new update of Facebook Messenger to a selected group of members on Android and iOS for testing purpose.
The application is currently in wide beta testing, and soon will hit the App Store for download on iOS 7 running devices. The new Facebook Messenger application now integrates your phone number, and allows you check out who is in your Address book is on Facebook. This is how Facebook explains this new feature:
We have also heard that Facebook main application is now going to get Facebook Graph Search integration in upcoming days, but the company has yet to confirm the official launch of Facebook application on iOS with Facebook Graph search.