Facebook has always had a fundamental problem: its mobile applications are heavy, very heavy. Aware of this, he began to create variants Lite Facebook but also Messenger, its instant chat application .
The Messenger Lite instant chat app by Facebook is updating itself to integrate conversations into video, as ironic as it may sound for the promised lightness of the set.
If video calls seem incompatible with the idea of a lightweight application, it’s not necessarily abnormal: video is one of the heaviest types of content to transfer, and therefore nibbling the fastest mobile plan .
That said, the promise of an application weighing only a few megas is still maintained. Also, “lightness” remains one of the criteria in favor of Messenger Lite. But if all the functionalities of the basic application are destined to arrive on this variant, how will it justify its existence in the future? This is where Facebook’s strategy turns against the developer.