The light version works by getting rid of many of the extra, mostly useless parts of the app, like Facebook Stories and gifs.
In so doing, it cuts out the most intensive things that run when Messenger is open, allowing users to save space, use less data and generally avoid the many additional features that have made their way into Messenger recently.
The web app itself is pretty bare-bones, with two video panes showing the user & you, a huge pane for text chat and a couple of buttons for controlling the chat.
Each random chat conversation is referred to as a game and you can restart a new game at any time.
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All you have to do is answer a couple of simple questions and you’re ready to go.
And you probably want to start using it straight away.
Facebook has made its Messenger Lite app available in more countries, allowing everyone to use the slimmed-down, faster and more efficient version of its app.
Being in the same domain, they have launched Tinychat Next which works the same way as Chatroulette.
AZAR - Random Video Chat is exactly what its name suggests it is: an app that lets you have random video conversations with other users.
In other words, it's a sort of hybrid between Badoo and Chatroulette.
Facebook Messenger Lite is now available to most people with an Android phone, though there's still no i OS version.
It can be downloaded as normal, through the Google Play Store, and you can keep both the light and full-sized version of the app on your phone if you wish. It requires far less data, making it cheaper and easier to use on expensive or bad connections.
Users can go from one conversation to another, seeing other users on their Android terminal.