Facebook has today rolled out a new Facebook Messenger unsend feature that allows users to delete messages that they have sent, so long as they do it within ten minutes of them being dispatched.
Facebook just can't stay out of the news right now, and this time, it's in relation to a report last week that claimed the social giant was looking to combine Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram messaging into a single platform. Now, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has confirmed as much.
Amazon is rumored to be working on Anytime messaging app for both iOS and Android devices. Here are the details.
Now that Facebook is about to take control of the extremely popular WhatsApp messaging service, it could be time for some individuals to find a new home for their instant messaging requirements. Sure, Facebook has promised to keep everything running along smoothly, but even though that may be the case, there is always going to be some users who simply don't want to interact with a platform that is owned and administered by the world's largest social network. If a new messaging app of choice is on your agenda, and security is of high priority, then check out our list of the top secure messaging apps available right now for iPhone.
Android has many advantages over its competitors that we don’t see anywhere else, one of them being the ability for users to change default apps for various actions, including something as basic as text messaging. It was due to the limitations and poorly-designed interface of the native Messaging app for Android that alternatives like Handcent and GO SMS Pro became so popular.