Facebook’s Messenger app for iPhones and iPad is now available in a number of European countries.
Users of the new Messenger app can now create and share messages in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Polish, Turkish and Japanese.
Users can also add a new emoji to a conversation and edit its text using the keyboard or the new emoji keyboard.
The app can also be used to send and receive text messages.
Users also can make and receive emoji messages.
The new feature is available in France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, United Kingdom and Canada.
The feature is also available for iPad.
The Messenger app on iOS is still not available in the U.S.
It is unclear how many of the European countries that have already received the new app are now able to get it.
The app was originally released in the Middle East and Africa earlier this month, and is now rolling out to all European countries on Wednesday.