Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Launch of a separate website for "Messenger" app

As the popularity of social networking increases day by day, the famous social media networking sites have taken the networking a step forward. Now growing demands of chatting inspires the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, to launch a separate website for "Messenger" app.

Like Whatsapp, Facebook too has made its users a website where people can use the apps not only for chatting but also for sharing other important items online.

Messenger will allow users to:

1) Chat with friends via text, know when messages are delivered and sent.
2) HD Calls and sending photos, videos.
3) Voice messages and group chats
4) Payments (available in select areas). Via this, users can send and receive money from friends (which gives Facebook access to card details)

Great step I must say.

So, now use Facebook's Messenger app for chatting and voice messages and calls...the list is big.

Enjoy Face booking....


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