World’s number one social platform, Facebook is considering how to reintegrate its messenger back into its main app. The move was disclosed by Researcher Jane Manchun Wong, who is so popular when it comes to do with reverse-engineering popular social media apps.
She took to her Twitter account on Friday to post screenshots Facebook’s app with a Messenger icon located at the top right-hand corner, which taps through into the Messenger inbox.
Jane, in the post, wrote;
“For now, this new ‘Chats’ section seems to only contain the basic chat functionalities.
“To give message reactions, make a call, send photos, etc, you’d still have to open the Messenger app.”
According Cnet, it was reported that a Facebook spokeswoman revealed that the social platform did not have any additional details to share at this time.
“We are testing ways to improve the messaging experience for people within the Facebook app.
“Messenger remains a feature-rich, stand-alone messaging app with over a billion people using it monthly to connect with the people and businesses they care about most.”