Although it appears that the iOS and Android apps still remain the primary focus of Facebook, at least in terms of features, the company rolls out new updates for Windows Phone users every now and then.

One such update arrived a few days back, and now we have another one, which makes it two in less than a week. But while the previous refresh brought along some new features, this new build seems like it only fixes some issues, and nothing else.

It does not even have come with an official changelog.

However, the version number is bumped to 5.0.1.0, meaning there is a fair chance that it comes with some minor additions, small enhancements to go with bug fixes.

Some users are complaining about slowness with notifications in this version, so in all probability, we can expect another refresh in the near future.

For the time being, Facebook Messenger for Windows Phone is available for free on the Window Store here at this link. Supported operating systems include both Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 8.1, so you should be good to go either way.

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