Plus Messenger for Windows phone Archives

Plus Messenger for Windows phone Archives

Plus Messenger for Windows phone Archives

Plus Messenger for Windows phone Archives

Plus Messenger for PC/Mac/Windows 7, 8, 10 -FREE DOWNLOAD

Plus Messenger for PC is one the best messenger application and I will let you the procedure to download this powerful android application on your PC/Mac/Windows 7, 8, 10.

A messenger is basically used for instant communication which enables us to share media as well. We can make audio and video calls with the help of wifi. All we need is a reliable internet connection or you can use your Data internet in order to use messenger.

Plus messenger is one of the most featured messaging applications that is being used by people all over the world. This instant messenger is developed by rafalense and is available to all android devices and tablets. An unofficial messaging application that uses telegram’s API. It has the support of more than 20+ languages. It also offers group chat feature which enables you to talk with more than one friend at a time just like it, you can make group call to your friends and studies together online.

You can send documents on Plus messenger that will be more useful for businessmen or employees etc. People share their phone numbers in order to share media and documents but now Plus media has made our lives more easy by its media and document sharing feature.

No need to register yourself by using your mobile number which means that your personal information will be saved while using Plus messenger. Plus messenger on PC will be helpful because most of the business work is held on our desktops so it will be more convenient for us to transfer documents directly from the desktop rather than using mobile.

Let’s move towards the procedure to download this amazing messenger on PC/laptops but first let’s discuss some of its features.

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Plus Messenger adds some extra features to its official telegram application. Features are mentioned below:


It uses an infrastructure distributed worldwide to connect users to the nearest possible server that’s why Plus messenger is the fastest messaging application. This messenger works faster more than any other messaging application. It is the most reliable and developed application for messages.


It has the best privacy policy for its users. Plus messenger provides security and keeps your personal information hidden from the public. It further offers free and private chats. Plus messenger is totally free of cost and ad-free application offers users a secure and user-friendly environment.

Extra features

It is offering separate heads for chats such as favorites, unread, archived, groups, users, etc. Further options to customize your chat. Multi-account features enable you to log in with more than one accounts. You can also mute the unwanted notification plus it allows you to block the spam messages.

We can share media such as photos, videos, stickers, gifs, documents, audio over Plus messenger online by using the internet. Chat heads allow us to quickly move from one chat to another only by tapping on the chat heads.

How to download Plus Messenger for PC/MAC/WINDOWS 7, 8, 10

Plus messenger is an android application but there is nothing to worry about if you don’t have an android phone and you still want to use android based applications on your PC/Laptop etc. It is possible only with the help of a third party which you can say a medium. Those mediums are emulators.

There are so many emulators but I suggest you download Bluestacks. With the help of this emulator, you can download any application on PC which you are currently using on your mobile. Bluestacks is quite a heavy emulator and maybe your PC won’t work with this. In such a case I have an alternative of Bluestacks named NOX. NOX works the same as Bluestacks. Now in the next paragraph, we will discuss the procedure to download an emulator on your PC.


We start with Bluestacks procedure than will go further to other methods which you can say alternatives. Search Bluestacks in any search engine and download Bluestacks from there or if you are having a problem finding an official website of Bluestacks.

After completion of the downloading process, Search for the .exe file in your PC folder named as download and install Bluestacks. Once the installation completes, It will show you the main page of Bluestacks. You can use this emulator by logging in with your active Gmail account. Search for the Plus messenger by using the search bar and install the application. The application will automatically locate on your desktop main screen or you can get the installed application from BlueStack’s main screen too.

Nox App Player:

Tap on the link NOX in order to download the NOX emulator. It works the same as Bluestacks. It just takes less space than Bluestacks. Further, the procedure is totally the same as Bluestacks.

Download Plus Messenger APK File:

APK file method is totally different. You will use this method if you want to download any application which is not available on google play store and those also which were available on google store previously but due to Google’s privacy policy and terms and conditions removed by Google later on.

Tap on the link Plus Messenger APK in order to download the Plus messenger. After completion of the downloading process, Open the Bluestacks emulator and tap on the option “upload APK”.

Once the APK file is uploaded on Bluestacks install from there. It will locate on your desktop main screen after installation. You can drag and drop the APK file on Bluestacks and install it without uploading the APK file.


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All About Windows Phone

Messenger is particularly important for many people, especially for intra-family communication - I've lost count of the number of times a member has said 'Did you not get my message?' and it turned out they'd got confused and sent it by Facebook Messenger rather than Messages or iMessage (or whatever). So it does perhaps pay to keep an eye on Facebook messenger too, even if you're not a heavy user!

Instagram is totally separate, mind you, effectively a fairly recent Facebook acquisition. In theory, there's the excellent third party Winsta UWP, though it's currently a bit unstable and I'll report more on that in the Flow columns here on AAWP. Plus there's a new Instagram PWA incoming from Facebook, which will hopefully work as well as the one Twitter put up online and in the Store. Update: good news and bad news. It's now available for all Windows 10 devices and even installs on W10M, but it doesn't actually run and connect up. Oops.

By the way, you may have thought I was kidding about the bloat of Facebook's old first party clients for Windows 10 Mobile, but I'm not. The 'Facebook' app in the Store was a whopping 168MB and took about 15 seconds to launch on a Lumia 950. Which is ridiculous. And good riddance.

But Facebook does have its uses. It's still loved by non-techy relatives, typically - we all have a cousin or grandparent who will only use it and it's our lifeline to what they're up to. For this reason, and also because lots of lesser web sites let you 'log in with Facebook', saving you having to make accounts for everything, I'd advise not leaving Facebook altogether.

Which leaves the issue of how to access Facebook in 2020, especially under Windows 10 Mobile. Happily, Facebook has to provide a low bandwidth way into its content via the Web and this can be used, either directly, or via a number of 'web-scraping' applications.

1. Directly, in Edge(!)

Facebook is basically a web site (with added apps for convenience), so it's easy to access the main content in a web browser, even a mobile one here. Go to ''.

In fact, you can get just a bit more screen real estate and convenience by turning the URL into an 'app' yourself with PAWA or just pin it 'as is' on your Start screen. Or just add it as a 'Favourite'. It's up to you.

Facebook in Edge and (right) Edge via PAWA - in the latter you get better fonts and more screen real estate.

So that's two views of the basic Facebook site with full access, but you can go further (with just one caveat) with a hack of sorts.

In Edge, go into '...' and Settings and then pick 'Desktop version'. Note in particular that you're still going to, but it's being interpreted in slightly more sophisticated fashion because Facebook's server knows that you're using something (in theory) higher end. So you then get:

So less clutter at the top, a cleaner layout overall, plus a lot of lesser navigation functions on the hamburger menu, shown on the right here.

I'm calling this latter mode 'Desktop-Mobile-Hybrid' (DMH, for short), by the way, for want of a better name/acronym!

Facebook Messenger needs addressing next, since sending and receiving messages is all handled in the interface here, whether you're looking at the ultra-basic or DMH mode. There's no notification support outside of Edge, mind you, so it really isn't a good idea if people try to contact you urgently in Facebook Messenger and you're using Windows 10 Mobile!

Still, messages are here, all your Messenger chats to your contacts in the past, new messages have notification bells pop up on the top toolbar, and you can drill in to read and reply as needed:

Well, with one major caveat. The DMH mode has a javascript glitch (either at Facebook's end or in Edge locally, it's not clear, but it certainly hasn't been tested in this combination)! So, when you send a new message/reply, it doesn't appear in the message list, even though it has been sent. Worse, when the other person replies, you don't see that either! See the comments in the screenshot above!

You're forced to refresh the page to check, or - easier - just move away from this Facebook pane/tab and then move back to load it again. This is a pain because, apart from this glitch, this DMH mode works really well for Facebook on the go under Windows 10 Mobile. It's not a showstopping bug but... it is a nuisance.

2. LightSocial Pro (or similar)

Now, if the DMH panes look familiar, it's because they're the basis for what I'm calling DMH+ applications. LightSocial Pro is one such, featured here, though SlimSocial and Likebook for Facebook do a very similar job (though their 'Messenger' presentation isn't quite as neat IMHO). In each case, the application presents itself to Facebook as a Desktop browser going to and then the HTML returned is subtly modified, perhaps setting the background dark (to save power), perhaps media detecting and local saving are made possible, you get the idea. As I say, I'm calling this DMH+. Here's a brief walkthrough using LightSocial Pro:

Here on the (light) page, LightSocial Pro's dark mode is really, really dark, but you can see the dark blue control elements on the physical phone screen, don't worry! Here's the start of my Facebook timeline and, by tapping on the hamburger control bottom left, up pops LightSocial Pro's own 'helper' menu (shown on the right, above)...

Of particular interest is LightSocial Pro's own Settings pane, with helpful toggles to hide ads, go full-screen, go dark, lock the top Facebook bar, and (shown on the right here) require Windows Hello authentication to stop little Johnny from accessing your private Facebook stuff...(!)

When viewing a Facebook post with an embedded video, you can grab a local copy if you want by just starting it playing and then using the 'Download Video' function on the LightSocial Pro helper menu...

...the download is started, you're notified by toasts, including when it finishes, and then you can find it later (as shown right) in your 'Facebook Downloads' folder in your internal storage on the phone.

Facebook Messenger looks snazzy in dark mode here, but behaviour is sadly (and understandably) the same as in DMH mode above, so you get the oddity of firing off messages successfully but you can't see them or any replies until you move away from this conversation and then back into it! #facepalm

Two main - and related - approaches then, each more satisfactory than you might think overall (not least in terms of not having to endure the original bloated Facebook code) but each flawed in terms of Facebook Messenger operation. It would be nice if Facebook opened up its APIs to allow third party clients, but I'm not holding my breath. Plus it's late in the day for UWP apps for Windows 10 Mobile now...

Oh, as noted in the comments below, there's also 'Messenger for UWP', which takes the glitchy Facebook Messenger web view data above and puts a complete new UI/skin on it, along with detecting new messages and throwing up Windows 10 notifications:

A confusing UI - in theory you swipe down the left to a contact and there's the chat, but in practice it's all so slow and unpredictable; (right) you do get notifications though (albeit in duplicate - here I've swiped away half a dozen to just leave one from each contact!

What's not to love about this? Well... it's slow to start, slow to work, produces duplicate notifications, and is impossibly hard to navigate in terms of finding anybody, in my experience, with notifications not actually directing you to the appropriate chat. Maybe the developer can leap in with a major update here? 


Do you use Facebook? If so, how often, and how do you access it under Windows 10 Mobile (or Windows Phone)? Data points welcome!

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Yahoo! Messenger for PC (version 11.x and above)

Versions of Yahoo! Messenger released prior to December 3, 2015 are no longer supported. Please upgrade to the new Yahoo! Messenger. If you are using a version of Yahoo! Messenger released prior to December 3, 2015, the privacy module below is applicable.

If you are using a version of Yahoo! Messenger released on or after December 3, 2015, click here to view the applicable privacy module.

Yahoo! Messenger allows you to exchange instant messages and PC-to-PC voice calls with your online friends. If you subscribe to the Phone In or Phone Out premium services, you can also use Messenger to make or receive calls from regular telephones.

You must be a registered Yahoo! user in order to use Yahoo! Messenger. Yahoo! Messenger establishes a connection to the Internet when it is active -- much like a browser does -- in order for communications to be received and transmitted.

Conversation History, Access, and Search

  • You may now archive Yahoo! instant messages along with Yahoo! Mail messages and search them together (in addition to Voice Mail, SMS, call history, and more).
    • For users that have elected to archive their messages, Yahoo! Messenger will now archive messages on Yahoo! servers to establish and maintain this archive.
    • Messages stored on Yahoo! servers in this manner are accessible from any computer system or device able to use the latest versions of Yahoo! Messenger for PC.
    • You can view your Yahoo! Messenger conversation history and Yahoo! Mail archive (if they are tied to the same user ID) on Messenger through “Conversation History” in your settings.
    • You can turn off this feature for instant messages at any time by selecting “Do not keep a record of my conversations”.
    • Please be aware that even if you choose not to save your message history, users with whom you communicate may opt to use the functionality available in their version of Messenger to save the communications and your conversations may be saved on Yahoo! servers, just like email.
    • You can delete your archived messages by selecting the message, and clicking on the “Delete” button. However, this does not delete any of your conversations saved by other users.
    • Yahoo! may analyze instant messages you elect to archive in order to provide personally relevant product features, content, and advertising, and spam and malware detection.
    • For more questions on this new feature, please see our Mail FAQ.

Personally Relevant Experiences

  • If you chose to store your instant messages, Yahoo! provides personally relevant product features, content, and advertising, and spam and malware detection by analyzing your archive. Some of these features and advertising will be based on our understanding of the content and meaning of your instant messages. For instance, we analyze instant messages to identify key elements of meaning and then categorize this information for immediate and future use.
    • This information may also be used for interest-based advertising. To view interests associated with this web browser and opt-out of some or all interest categories, please visit our Ad Interest Manager.
    • Please refer to our Help Pages to learn more.

Information Collection and Use Practices

  • Yahoo! Messenger automatically checks for updates to Yahoo! software.
    • Yahoo! Messenger’s auto-update feature offers the ability to download the next available version in the background.
    • When the file is ready for installation, you’ll be given the choice to install immediately or wait until another time.
    • Yahoo! Messenger offers the auto update feature by default. You have the option to be notified prior to auto-update as well.
      • You can change your auto-update options by choosing Messenger > Preferences > Alerts&Sounds.
  • You can establish a friend list within Messenger and be added to other users' friend lists.
  • Messenger automatically identifies phone numbers and email addresses included in messages so you can quickly save them to your Yahoo! Address Book or take other actions, such as sending an email. This is a function carried out by the Messenger client on your computer and is not done by Yahoo! servers.
  • Messenger gives you the opportunity to report instant messages you receive as spam. If you choose to report spam, Yahoo! will be sent information about the conversation including the Yahoo! ID of the member being reported, text of the conversation, and your Yahoo! ID.
  • Some versions of Messenger give you the option to install Yahoo! Search Protection which is a program that will alert you if an attempt is made to change your default browser search engine from Yahoo!.In some cases, Yahoo! Search Protection will disable the product attempting to change your default setting.For more information on how this program treats your information, please visit the Yahoo! Search Protection privacy module.
  • Some versions of Messenger give you the option to install Yahoo! Browser Plus. Yahoo! BrowserPlus is a technology for web browsers that allows developers to create rich web applications with desktop capabilities. BrowserPlus also makes it easy to install and use web plugins for a richer experience on the internet. For more information on how this product treats your information, please visit the Yahoo! Browser Plus privacy module.
  • When you invite someone to use Messenger using our form (as opposed to add someone as a friend to your friend list), you will need to provide that person's email address. Information collected on that form will only be used to send an email on your behalf and will not be used for any marketing purposes.
  • Voice
  • By default any other member using Messenger may send you PC-to-PC calls. You can change your preferences so that you only receive calls from members on your friends list.
  • Yahoo! does not save PC-to-PC calls and other voice communications that go through our servers. However, the voice mails you record for other members are stored on Yahoo! servers. Yahoo!'s practice is to not use the content of those voice mail messages.
  • If you are using the premium Phone In product in conjunction with Yahoo! Messenger, people using a normal phone will be able to call you in Yahoo! Messenger using your Phone In phone number.
  • If you use the premium Phone In or Phone Out services, Yahoo! will store a call history on your personal Yahoo! Voice Services page.

Information Sharing and Disclosure Practices

  • On some versions of Yahoo! Messenger, your Messenger status update may be shared in your Yahoo! Updates stream.
    • Your share settings for your status message default to the settings you used for your most recent share event for your status message across Yahoo! Updates.
    • To change this setting, click the “Share to” section that appears when you click in the status box.
    • If you connect your accounts, you may also broadcast your Messenger status to Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking sites.
    • You can customize your Updates to other Yahoo! products and third parties by going to the “Manage Updates I Broadcast” section of user preferences.
  • Your basic online and offline status (unless you select “Invisible”) may be visible to other Messenger users. Your ‘custom’ status will be visible only to those from whom you have accepted a Messenger add request.
    • You can choose to appear offline by signing in as “invisible.”
    • You can selectively appear online or offline to specific friends or groups of friends on Messenger using the Stealth Settings option.
    • You can choose to appear offline and block a user from sending you messages using the “ignore” option.
    • You can choose to always appear offline on web pages by editing your preferences in Messenger or Yahoo! Profiles.
      • In Messenger, choose Messenger > Preferences > Privacy and uncheck the box to allow Yahoo! websites to show when you are online.
      • In Yahoo! Profiles settings, check the box to hide your online status from other users.
  • By using Messenger, you may choose to make some of your personal information public or you may choose to share some of your personal information with others.
  • If you post personal information online that is accessible to the public, you may receive unsolicited messages from other parties in return.
  • Messenger sometimes uses a peer-to-peer connection during its operation, including times when you may be using it for instant messaging (text conversations), file sharing, PC-to-PC calling and webcam streaming. Peer-to-peer means that your computer connects directly to the other user's computer in the conversation without needing to go through Yahoo! servers. As such, your IP address is available to users you share a peer-to-peer connection with.
  • Voice
    • If you are using our premium Phone Out Voice service to make calls from Yahoo! Messenger to normal telephones, your caller ID (telephone number and your name) may be shared with the receiving end. To mask your number in caller ID, in Messenger choose Messenger > Preferences > Calling & Devices tab.

Practices Regarding Your Ability to Update or Delete Information

  • You can edit your Messenger settings and preferences through the Messenger menu.
  • You can delete your archived messages by selecting the message, and clicking on the “Delete” button. However, this does not delete any of your conversations saved by other users.
  • Voice
    • Messenger automatically stores a record of calls made and received.
      • To review your call history while using Yahoo! Messenger, visit Yahoo! Voice and choose “My Call History.”
  • Billing
    • To view, edit or cancel Yahoo! premium Voice services you have ordered, please visit Yahoo! Voice and click on “My Services.”. It includes information about services you currently subscribe to, payment scheduling and payment history.


This page describes current Yahoo! practices with respect to this particular service. This information may change as Yahoo! revises this service by adding or removing features or using different service providers. To find out how Yahoo! treats your personal information, please visit our Privacy Policy.

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