Facebook Impels Users Worldwide to Download Messenger for Mobile Chat

Facebook is now demanding mobile users to download the Facebook standalone chat app. The world’s largest social media boasting over monthly 200 million active users and attempts to separate messaging features from its major Facebook app. The proposed standalone app presents features like recorded video sharing, Snapchat-style photos and videos through the slick split-screen selfie button.

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Facebook advises the mobile facebook chatting family to accommodate this development as this app is more suited to chatting presenting services faster than its predecessors on the main app by 20%.

Facebook had been advertising this development since April, and has just decided to weld the big stick after sanctifying the app for global usage since equipping it with interfaces that would allow users to engage in group conversations, enjoy free voice calls, voice-based messages, with the app responsive to animated stickers.

iPad, feature phone, Windows Phone, Mobile web, Paper, desktop guests wouldn’t need to start packing their luggage to the Standalone app, but Android users should be heading towards the garage as they would soon be moved over to the new messenger app.

Deciding to keep this largely of the camera, Facebook has taken a personal evangelism of the decision users are been notified directly as preferred to an official blog publication. “In the next few days, we’re continuing to notify more people that if they want to send and receive Facebook messages, they’ll need to download the Messenger app. As we’ve said, our goal is to focus development efforts on making Messenger the best mobile messaging experience possible and avoid the confusion of having separate Facebook mobile messaging experiences. Messenger is used by more than 200 million people every month, and we’ll keep working to make it an even more engaging way to connect with people.” This is the message reported from a Facebook spokesperson.


However this questionable move which seem less democratic should be hoped to be for the better good of the Facebook community!

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