Improved Japanese Translations Arrive on Facebook’s Messenger App for iOS
In the middle of last month, Facebook released a newly redesigned app that was purposefully targeted at the calling and messaging app market as the social networking giant fights to maintain dominance against heavyhitters like WhatsApp Messenger, Viber, and LINE.
Tap on a Facebook’s profile picture to view their Timeline or call them
A new update issued for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices (version 3.1) implements a few changes, including the ability to tap on a contact’s Facebook profile picture in any conversation to view their Facebook Timeline or place a free VoIP call to them. This makes it a little easier to stay in contact with your social circle without having to jump through a lot of hoops.
Additionally, bug fixes have been rolled out, including improved translations for Japanese language. Other bug fixes aside from this were not specified by the social network.
Facebook Messenger’s latest version can be downloaded via the iTunes App Store via your device or by simply scanning the QR code located here.