Since Messenger is being retired I doubt it.
Messenger is being merged with Skype, under the Skype name now. So you could download the Skype app.
Here is an email (dated January 10, 2013) I got from Microsoft:
We are retiring the existing Messenger service globally (except for
mainland China where Messenger will continue to be available) and
bringing the great features of Messenger and Skype together. Update to
Skype and sign in using a Microsoft Account (same as your Messenger
ID) and all your Messenger contacts will be at your fingertips. You'll
be able to instant message and video chat with them just like before,
and also discover new ways of staying in touch with Skype on your
mobile and tablet.
The Messenger Team
So, what's happening between
now and the retirement?
Messenger will continue to work as you know
it today. If you are signed in with Messenger on your desktop** you
will see a banner notification to upgrade. When you click on the
banner, an installer window will open with the request to upgrade.
This will take you through our installer flow to install Skype and
automatically uninstall Messenger. space
So, what's happening after
Messenger users on desktops will not be able to
sign in and will only be able to upgrade to Skype. If you attempt to
sign in, a notification will appear, and if you continue, you will be
taken through our installer flow to install Skype and automatically
uninstall Messenger at the same time. space
Can I update to Skype on
Yes! Skype is available on iPhone, Android and soon on
Windows Phone 8. We encourage you to download the latest Skype app on
your mobile and then uninstall Messenger. You will be able to sign in
to Skype on your iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 8 mobile apps with
your Microsoft Account over the next few weeks. If you use another
phone with Messenger on it, it will continue to work for a while.