Messenger is the fastest way to message. It helps you to instantly reach the people in your life for free.It is like texting but you don’t have to pay for every message. But it will consume your internet data. The Internet data is the most important thing. If the app consumes less data the people will start to use more and usage will be increased. So the internet data plays the vital role in the success of the internet apps.
Facebook Messenger is the popular messenger.The social media giant has introduced its Messenger version with Data saver mode that will allow users to save the data.
People strive to consumers more internet data due to the need of Internet increases but with the help of the Data saver mode in the Facebook Messenger app, the data will be saved.
Till now the Facebook Messenger app automatically downloads all the photos and videos regardless of the size and content but with the help of Data saver mode the user has to click the photo or video, they wish to view. So it is useful for all the users to consume fewer data.
The best thing about the messenger is that you can send GIFS, images, videos and smileys stickers to users around the world. The messenger consumes a lot of data till now in the recent versions.
But in future Facebook rolls out this new Data saver mode feature to consumers fewer data. The feature prevents images and videos from stop downloading automatically. Instead of that if you want to download you have to tap that picture or video.
How to use Facebook Messenger Data saver mode:
The user has to download the latest version of Facebook Messenger app from the Google project soli Play store to use the data saver mode. After download the messenger app user has to click the profile tab and in the Data Saver option is available after the Notifications and Sounds option.
The Facebook company has also launched a stripped down version of the messenger app called Facebook Messenger Lite. It uses fewer data and it is designed to work in slow internet connections also.
Facebook is also experimenting with a new tool that will allow users to catch up on the important updates. The new feature called “What friends are talking about” will let the user see posts from a few of his/her friends put together in a single box.
Click here for the testing of beta version: Android users can sign up to test the beta through Google Playstore