Facebook Messenger For iOS Update Brings ‘Dynamic Type’ Support

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[dropcap type=”3″]F[/dropcap]acebook just updated their Messenger app for iOS devices to bring Dynamic Type support.  This feature allows users to change font size of Messenger text chats to bigger or smaller than default, it will inherit the corresponding text size which you have set in your device.

The latest update will be very useful those who are visually challenged, as they can increase the font size. Facebook wrote on its Accessibility Page regarding this update:

We are excited to share that the latest Facebook Messenger iOS app now supports Dynamic Type which means if you adjust the font size in the Settings panel, it will reflect within the app with the appropriate font size!

Here’s how to change the default font size on your iPhone:

Goto Settings and then tap on General. A bit down the page, you’ll see Siri, Spotlight Search, and then Text Size. Tap there. There you can adjust the font size by moving the slider correspondingly. (Settings -> General -> Text Size)

iPhone Dynamic Type Settings - Facebook Messenger For iOS

You can download the latest version of Messenger for iOS from iTunes.
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