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Messenger will finally come back to the Facebook app
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Messenger will finally come back to the Facebook app

Does it bother you as much as it does me that Messenger is a separate application from Facebook? If the answer is yes, and I have no doubt that it will, we could all be in luck. It seems that Messenger will return to the Facebook app sooner rather than later. It's about time!

App researcher Jane Manchung Wong has detected that Facebook is testing the integration of Messenger chats. Speaking in silver, you will be able to maintain a conversation within the giant social network as in the past without having to download Messenger. One application for everything, just like in the old days.

However, it seems that the "new" chats will not have all the functions that Messenger currently performs. That is, you will be able to chat in a normal way about sending and receiving messages, but calls, video calls or sending photos to the person on the other side will still need the specific Messenger application.

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It seems that this is a first step of Facebook for the integration of all messaging services under Zuckerberg: WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger.

What do you think of the idea? Are you looking forward to uninstalling Messenger as much as I am?

Source: The Verge

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  • Not looking forward to it. I use Messenger precisely for the voice/video calling and the ability to snap a picture and send it in-app features that the article says won't be added to FB.


  • let us all mourn together