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Facebook Messenger now lets you send SMS text messages from Android smartphones

Facebook Messenger lost the ability to send SMS messages back in 2013, but now the functionality is back with a vengeance.
by John DyeJune 14, 201631

Not a fan of the Messenger app? Tough! Facebook appears to be making it mandatory

If you've been using Facebook Messenger through the mobile version of the site, then it looks like you're soon going to have to download the separate app.
by John DyeJune 3, 201696

Facebook Messenger reportedly gaining in-notification replies for Android N

Facebook Messenger looks like it's getting Android N's Quick Reply feature, allowing users to respond to messages without even opening the app.
by John DyeJune 3, 20168

Facebook Messenger just rolled out 1500 new emoji

Facebook has just introduced 1,500 new emojis to the smiley ecosystem in Messenger.
by John DyeJune 2, 201620
 
 

WhatsApp is reportedly the world’s most popular Android messaging app

A new report shows that, in most countries, WhatsApp is the most popular messaging service currently in use on Android devices.
by John DyeMay 26, 201673

Coolpad Max launched in India, supports two WhatsApp accounts

Coolpad has today launched the Coolpad Max in India, offering a dual space technology that lets you use two WhatsApp, Facebook and other accounts at once.
by Nirave GondhiaMay 20, 201611

Facebook Messenger to add self-destructing messages

Facebook Messenger will soon be adding a disappearing message feature, with messages self-destructing after a user-selectable period of time.
by Kris CarlonMay 2, 201613

Telegram says Google didn’t try to buy them after all

Although rumors abound that Google attempted to acquire Telegram for $1 billion last year, CEO Pavel Durov says that's BS.
by John DyeApril 29, 201613

Facebook Messenger now supports group calls

Once the update lands, you'll be able to have a phone call with 50 people on it via Messenger.
by John DyeApril 20, 20165

Facebook Messenger gets codes and links for usernames

Facebook Messenger now allows you to create a unique username which it pairs with a hyperlink and a QR-like code.
by John DyeApril 7, 2016
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