Facebook To Kill Its Messenger App

Facebook To Kill Its Messenger App
Facebook To Kill Its App

According to the latest reports, the network giant Facebook can turn Messenger into the that can access the social network timeline. And the fact is that the access will be done by the messenger icon of the social network giant Facebook itself and it is currently present in the upper right corner of the application running on smartphones.

Facebook To Kill Its Messenger App

According to the images recently published by the well-known researcher Jane Manchun Wong, the social network giant Facebook can turn Messenger into the app that can access the social network timeline.

And the fact is that the access will be done by the messenger icon of the social network giant Facebook itself and it is currently present in the upper right corner of the application running on smartphones.

Moreover, the researcher is famous for predicting what the social network giant Facebook products tests, such as the night mode that came to Messenger and two-factor authentication with no SMS message to Instagram.

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If the news reaches to the user, then Mark Zuckerberg’s social network, of course, Facebook will simply take a step back and allow the Facebook app to access the chat as well, hence, it will eliminate the need for Messenger installed on the device, which is very good for smartphones with low internal memory.

As we all know very well that the Facebook Messenger became mandatory for its role in 2014 when all the chat was carried out exclusively by it on smartphones, even though within the Facebook site both functions live to this day. Even with the possible return of the conversation to the main app, the Facebook application will only count on sending and receiving texts and GIFs.

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While now if we talk about other key features, then let me clarify that some features will remain in separate Messenger, like voice calls, sending photos, sending user location, games and reactions within sentences sent by people. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below. And if you liked this post then simply do not forget to share this post with your friends and family.



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