Published: Sun, April 14, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Facebook Messenger May Soon Reunite With Main Facebook App After Bitter Divorce

Facebook Messenger May Soon Reunite With Main Facebook App After Bitter Divorce

Facebook is thinking of returning its Messenger app back into the main app so users can access their feed and messages in one spot.

While there are certainly benefits to this (using Messenger without downloading the Facebook app being one of them) it doesn't make much sense overall. "We do not have any additional details to share at this time". This app is separate than the regular Facebook app. So while chat could be returning to the main Facebook app, Messenger will still operate as its own messaging platform. She notes in a separate tweet that the Messenger and Facebook apps serve different markets, so Facebook will likely continue offering the Messenger app to people who are only looking for chat functionality. Currently, only basic chats can be sent in the Facebook app.

It's what might be happening with Messenger, though, that's most intriguing, as a New York Times report from January said that Facebook would soon be unifying Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp through the company's "underlying technical infrastructure" for security purposes.

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Messenger arrived as a standalone app in 2011 and was removed completely from the core Facebook app three years later.

Despite rumors of Facebook integrating messaging services, the company reportedly intends to keep individual apps to exist. While it may be used to send and receive messages, users will still need to open the standalone Messenger app to do a handful of other things, such as make calls, send photos, or send reactions to messages. Besides getting its users engaged on all three platforms, it is hard to see past Facebook's plan to boost its revenue through merging all three apps. Also, if you like our efforts, consider sharing this story with your friends, this will encourage us to bring more exciting updates for you.

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