FB Messenger Goes Solo, Spells Danger for WhatsApp

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The world’s most popular social networking site, Facebook has announced that the users will not have to have facebook account to use its messaging app.

This might come as a competetion for the most popular messaging app WhatsApp which is apparently owned by Facebook itself and both the apps have similar features.

The apps allow users to send text messages, voice messages, pictures to other users of the app for free.

Recently WhatsApp came up with a voice calling feature which was available in the Facebook messaging app already.

This new messenger is already available in the US and Canada and is expected to arrive in India soon.

TNIE

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Posted on June 29, 2015, in Sri Lanka. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on FB Messenger Goes Solo, Spells Danger for WhatsApp.

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