It is available for the three most popular operating systems: Windows, Linux (Ubuntu) and Mac OS.
You can install and use Messenger on Android, iPhone, iPad, Windows and Mac and even has a web app. The list doesn’t include Linux, but You can still install Facebook Messenger on Linux. To start using the Facebook Messenger app on Ubuntu or Linux, there are several ways you can do this.
You can download the Facebook Messenger application for your Ubuntu system directly from the Github release pages. Click on the image below to open the Github page and download the Debian package file (.dpkg) according to your operating system architecture. Alternatively, use the following command to download Franz 5.7.
It is available for the three most commonly used operating systems: Windows, Linux (Ubuntu) and Mac OS.
First go to WhatsApp Web with a web browser and you will see a QR code. Next, launch WhatsApp app from your Android or iOS device and go to Menu > WhatsApp web. Just scan the QR code from your phone and you can use WhatsApp from your desktop.
Open Pidgin and click Accounts>Manage Accounts. Click on the “Add” button and in the “Add Account” window open the “Log” drop-down menu. Select “Facebook” and then enter your username and password for your Facebook account. The account will be connected in seconds and Pidgin will load contacts from Facebook Messenger.
Conveniently from the Ubuntu Software app (see below) as a snap package (no terminal command required). Once opened, enter the Signal Desktop keyword in the search bar. Click on the available Signal Desktop option. Now click the Install button, available at Signal Desktop to begin installation.