Facebook Messenger for Windows 10 has been demoed in a bunch of leaked images and video. It was announced back in October 2015 that universal apps is for Facebook, Instagram and Facebook messenger are being developed. Now leaked screenshots and a video (and later Facebook) has confirmed that Facebook Messenger is making its way to Windows 10.
The leaks appeared on WindowsBlogItalia shows Facebook Messenger Beta running on a Windows 10 machine. These images shows login screen and rest of interface. The accompanied video completely shows Facebook Messenger in action on Windows 10.
The video shows users chatting, sending smileys, stickers, images, GIFs and even video calling. It also displays Facebook Messenger settings being changed. The video is in Italian language but gives complete glimpse of Facebook Messenger for Windows 10.
According to the leak, the Messenger app will allow users to perform the following:
Get notifications so you never miss a message
See When You have messages waiting for you with a live tile
Send photos, videos, GIFs and more
Bring your conversations to life with stickers
Know When people have seen your messages
Create groups for the people you message most-name them and set group photos
Forward messages or photos to people who were not in the conversation
Search for people and groups to quickly get back to them
Facebook later confirmed the legitimacy of these leaks to VentureBeats and said they are testing Messenger for Windows 10 with a small percentage of people in a few countries.
Watch the video and see Facebook Messenger for Windows 10 in action.