An ad for Facebook’s Messenger application appears on a screen for an unknown reason in India.

Facebook says it’s a security measure. 

The ad, which can be found on the page for Facebook Messenger in India, asks users to share their interests and interests are more than 1.3 billion people in the country.

It’s not clear what the advertisement is about or how to get started. 

According to Facebook, the ad is part of an initiative to create awareness around Messenger. 

“The message is a reminder to connect and share, as Facebook is a social network that enables us to connect, and that can make us feel more connected,” a Facebook spokesperson told Quartz in an email.

“We’re constantly working to improve Messenger and our platform for more people to connect.”

The advertisement also says “you can always check for updates in the Messenger app or on our website.”

It does not say how to make the advertisement or where it is located.

Facebook’s messaging app has become a hot topic recently after reports that some users were having trouble connecting with others.

The app is used by nearly two billion people across the world, but has come under fire for allowing users to create fake accounts and use it to bypass its privacy settings.

According to reports, a large number of users are having issues with the Messenger messaging app, with some users reported to be having difficulty connecting to others, including those in remote locations.

The company has since apologized for the problem and said it is working on fixing the issue.