Facebook has started rolling instant games for Messenger. In addition, the social network has also released news features that the social network had previewed to developers at its F8 conference last month.
Facebook Messenger got mobile payments back in 2015, now it has launched Group Payments that lets you send or receive money between groups of people on Messenger.
In 2015, Facebook had introduced personal digital assistant M for Messenger. Now, the social network has launched suggestions from AI powered assistant M in Messenger for users in the US. M offers suggestions by popping into an open conversation to suggest relevant content.
Facebook has added yet another feature to Messenger. The social network has rolled out live locations that will allow Messenger users to share their location with friends and family in real-time but only for an hour at a time. Continue reading “Facebook Messenger now lets you share your live location”
Facebook has launched new features for Messenger that are already present on its main app. Facebook Messenger is getting Message Reactions, as expected and @mentions inside a group conversation. Continue reading “Facebook Messenger gets message reactions and mentions”
Facebook has started testing group voice calls for Messenger on desktop. The social network has confirmed with TechCrunch that it has started testing group voice calls for Messenger for a limited number of users. Continue reading “Facebook starts testing group voice calling for Messenger on desktop”
Facebook is taking another aim at Snapchat just in time for the holidays. The social network has added a new in-app camera for Messenger that comes with art and lot of special effects. Continue reading “Facebook Messenger gets new camera with art, filters and special effects”
Facebook is making Messenger more fun for its users with the addition of instant games. The instant messaging app will get popular games like Pac Man, Space Invaders, Galaga and Words With Friends. Continue reading “You can now play Pac-Man and Words With Friends in Facebook Messenger”
Facebook started testing end-to-end encryption for Messenger in July on select group of users. Now, the social network has rolled out end-to-end encryption for its over 1 billion Messenger users.
Facebook had killed a number of apps like Rooms, Slingshot and others in December last year that had failed to gain any traction. However, it looks like the social network is planning to bring back Rooms in form of a feature to the Messenger.
Facebook has started rolling out a new ‘Instant Video’ feature to Messenger that essentially combines chatting with real time video sharing. Continue reading “Facebook Messenger rolls out new ‘Instant Video’ feature and it’s a mix of video with chat”
Facebook Messenger has announced a huge milestone. The popular instant messaging service from the social network now has more than 1 billion monthly active users.
Facebook Messenger for iOS is finally getting the popular 3D Touch support. iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s users will be able to take advantage of the 3D Touch feature while accessing Facebook Messenger.
Facebook Messenger has started rolling out secret conversations that offers end-to-end encryption on some messages. These messages are will be end-to-end encrypted and which can only be read on one device of the person you are communicating with.