Vkontakte App for Windows 8, 10 Receives Messaging Improvements
Vkontakte is one of the few social networks that have managed to resist to the Facebook and this is thanks to the fact that it is popular especially among users from Russia and Eastern Europe. Now it has received a new update and we’re going to talk about it below.
According to the official release note of the latest version of the Vkontakte app for Windows 8 users, version 1.2.1 brings the following change – stickers display in messages was fixed. So, if you were having issues with the stickers display while sending, receiving or just checking out your messages feature, now this has been fixed. The previous update that we covered brought some pretty important new features and improvements, such as redesign of news and walls, the option of searching by people, communities, news, videos, audios from corresponding sections and quick search being now accessible from the left menu.
If you want, you don’t need to download the Vkontakte app just to be able to speak with your friends, acquaintances and families, as you can try out the IM+ all in one instant messenger, which also lets you log into your Odnoklassniki account. The official VK app will work for Windows 8, 8.1, as well as Windows RT users. It is available in English, Russian and Ukrainian languages and comes with a download size of only six megabytes.
Official app. It provides fast and comfortable access to all the main functions of the social network — from news and messages to photos and audios.
I have used the new version of VK for Windows 8 on my tablet and I somewhat sense it to be faster, so I suspect the developers to have improved something in the overall stability and performance of the app itself. So, unless you have switched to automatic updates, I don’t see why you shouldn’t follow the link from below and download Vkontakte on your Windows device.
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