Facebook Messenger for iOS has been updated with Face ID and Touch ID support for locking the app. Here are the details.
Facebook is now testing Face ID and Touch ID security for its iOS Messenger app according to a new report. Here is what you need to know.
According to a new report, iOS 13 will be restricting VoIP apps' background usage, which includes the likes of WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. Here are the details.
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.
As part of an interview with CEO Mark Zuckerberg, it was revealed that Facebook's Messenger app scans and analyzes messages and photographs for what it deems concerning or unacceptable content.
Facebook is rolling out Messenger Day to its Messenger app which is basically a clone of Snapchat Stories feature. Here are the details.
With the release of iOS 10, developers of voice calling apps can now take advantage of something named CallKit which allows third-party apps to behave in the same way as the Phone app does. This means that incoming Internet-based calls will look and feel like a standard cellular and FaceTime calls depending on the app that's being used, and Facebook Messenger has now received an update which brings CallKit to the app.
Jarvis is a new chat bot for Facebook Messenger which lets you easily set reminders on both the web and mobile app version of Messenger. Here's how it works.
Facebook may have started out as a social network that was aimed at allowing lost connections to reacquaint themselves with one another, but as we can all tell now, it's grown exponentially since then into the Internet behemoth we know today. Facebook also likes to boast that part of the astronomical social experience centered around the fact that businesses on Facebook and end-users have together exchanged more than one billion messages between them, which perfectly paves the way for the introduction of Facebook's new chat bots, officially called as "Bots for Messenger", as announced during the company's annual F8 developer conference today.