Facebook To Kill Its Messenger App

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It is reported that social media giant Facebook has been planning to integrate its Messenger app into its main app.

But, the question arises ” how can we access messenger in main Facebook app ?” You can access it through a messenger icon in the main app.

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This icon is located on the top right corner of the mobile application, where it was previously located.

A well-known researcher, Jane Manchun Wong has revealed about this modification. He is famous for his predictions about Facebook.

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Previously, he predicted that Facebook will introduce night mode to the Messenger app and two-factor authentication without SMS message to Instagram.

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According to reports, the social media giant will eliminate Messenger app and it is really great news for those users who are having limited internal memory in their smartphones.

Back in 2014, it was made compulsory that the Smartphone users should install the Messenger app for all chats.

Although, there are no such restrictions for those who are using Facebook over a web browser.

But, if a messenger is integrated with Facebook’s main app, then you can only send and receive messages, icons, and GIFs.

Moreover, for other features like voice calls, video calls, sending photos, sharing location, games, reactions and sending large files, you will need a separate Messenger app.

Actually, the messenger app is not fully integrated into Facebook’s main app, it is just to help users with low budget phones.

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Zeeshan Akram
Senior Editor, Mobile, and Internet | An aspiring blogger who keeps a close eye on open source, tech giants, and smartphone vendors.

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