Facebook Messenger for Firefox

See how Facebook Messenger for Firefox lets you keep up with friends wherever you go on the web!

23 Comments

  • l'ombelico del mondo

    8 junio, 2013

    What I’d like to know IS how to make Firefox play YouTube videos.
    I used to be a Firefox user for years, but in 2012 I switched to Chrome because YouTube videos didn’t work anymore. They still don’t. All I get is a black screen with some background noise where the video is supposed to play.
    I’ve searched through Google for solutions to fix the problem, I’ve seen there are many others facing the same issue… I’ve uninstalled Firefox, Flash Player, re-installed… Useless!!! WTF…

  • Hashim Karori

    8 junio, 2013

    It is very nice indeed

  • Uziel L.

    8 junio, 2013

    It has caused problems for me, and I cannot remove it from my browser. When i right click, and press remove, it restarts when i open my browser. Seems impossible to completely remove it from the browser.

  • KevKevFuuuuu

    8 junio, 2013

    I know, but I don’t need this, BTW it kills Firefox’ privacy. 🙁

  • zc456

    8 junio, 2013

    I don’t think Chrome can do this.

  • KevKevFuuuuu

    8 junio, 2013

    Bye bye Firefox (forever)… Chrome, i’m coming!

  • 建城 许

    8 junio, 2013

    最爱火狐。

  • ShadowFreezer06

    9 junio, 2013

    You are not only able to hide the side bar but also remove it like I have done [at least im pretty sure it’s removed] 🙂 Also it doesn’t seem to have installed by default, I had to go to facebook(dot)com/about/messenger-for-firefox?src=windows_promo_page to install. But yeh I prefer it cause im a sociable person haha..

  • hwangstein hwang

    9 junio, 2013

    Why does that messenger icon always comes at the left corner! I can’t even move this!

  • KevKevFuuuuu

    9 junio, 2013

    Me too.

  • ErosInfinity21

    9 junio, 2013

    I like Chrome better..

  • blazingeek

    9 junio, 2013

    gtalk??

  • Don't Trust Me

    9 junio, 2013

    facebookDOTcom/about/messenger-for-firefox

  • phizzicz

    9 junio, 2013

    bye privacy…

  • Elender Góis Gallas

    9 junio, 2013

    where is the link?

  • Håvard Pedersen

    9 junio, 2013

    This looks like a kludgy extension, not “natural” to the act of browsing. If this becomes enabled by default, it will REALLY push Firefox over the edge into bloatware territory.

  • Weaam Bakfalouni

    9 junio, 2013

    I need sync can sync everything even the add-ons and their settings, like chrome

  • Philip Boardman

    9 junio, 2013

    It’s part of the Social API of Firefox it’s not Facebook only, other sites will be able to use the feature. It’s just that Facebook are the only ones using it at the moment. As with everything Mozilla, it’s an open API.

  • JoeyVegt

    9 junio, 2013

    Do you have it installed? Do you see it on your plugin page?
    Because to me it looks like its build into Firefox.
    Just because you can turn it off does not mean its gone from the code.

  • Philip Boardman

    9 junio, 2013

    Erm, this IS an optional plug in.

  • JoeyVegt

    9 junio, 2013

    Oh Firefox, once you were a no nonsense, no bullshit browser with the option to install the plugins of your choice. With this shit you force down everyones throat you are starting to become a piece of bloat-ware shit. You are going away from your core and the main reason people liked Firefox. Keep it up if you want to lose more market to Chrome and IE 10! Are these developers really this stupid?

  • SooLibyan

    9 junio, 2013

    Bootynet*

  • Don't Trust Me

    9 junio, 2013

    Chrome SUCKS!!!