Mark Zuckerberg, There was a time when Facebook compelled you to download its Messenger app and its presence was necessary for you to chat with your friends and it was so irritating.
However, now it seems that Facebook is now onto limiting its message availability confined to the application of Facebook itself.
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In the tweet, App developer, Jane Manchun Wong tweeted a screenshot of the Facebook application, in which it was shown that there is a messenger icon on the top right corner of the screen.
The same messenger icon will open up a chat head in the application itself without opening the different messenger application. Chatting through Facebook is now made easy and the messenger application downloads itself if the application has not been downloaded already.
This all explains the imminent unification of the apps. Recent news sheds light that by the end of 2019 or the early start of 2020, Mark Zuckerburg wishes for the unity of the social media platforms and will combine all of its messenger application in a single platform.
The services present behind the apps, however, will remain the same but technological complexity will be changed and made for the betterment of the users.
“There is a possibility that the service of the Facebook chat in the application itself may be a part of this effort.”
However, there are no authentic proofs that whether this service would be available for the general public or not Gizmodo wanted to listen the general public’s opinion regarding this but did not receive an impact-full response by the public.
However, this recent effort by Mark explains the change of his plans because back in 2014, he exclaimed the need of use of the Messenger application separate since, “Applications need to do what they are intended for, and the primary focus of Facebook is the Newsfeed”
“Applications need to do what they are intended for, and the primary focus of Facebook is the Newsfeed”