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No, not officially, although you may be able to find the APK on a collection site like http://www.apkmirror.com Developers often use Google Play to manage beta distribution because it gives them some semblance of control over the distribution and upgrade of the application. Often beta applications are not available outside of this distribution channel.


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Try using https://mbasic.facebook.com It's not as pretty and you have to click "See Older Messages" and "See Newer Messages" a lot, but it's quite functional and fast.


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If you don't want to install another app, there's a way around it. Although not elegant, you can tell Chrome to "Request desktop site" from the device's menu button. Have to manually change the URL from m.facebook.com to www.facebook.com afterwards, and the site is, as expected, large and unwieldy. But it works. I've just installed the Adblock Browser as ...


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This happens when you are try to access chatting from Facebook App. Try Facebook using Google Chrome and you can not redirected to download messenger app. You can chat by Chrome mobile.


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Just realized I was responding to the duplicate question, but here's another solution: Use Adblock Browser. It's a free browser that disables a lot of ads, and even though some mobile sites might act strange (which is why I still use Chrome), it stops facebook from opening up the Play Store. Hope that helps. Edit: I've been told that other mobile browsers, ...



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