Posts Tagged ‘Messenger’

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.

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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.

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Dropbox is now integrated into Facebook Messenger, making file sharing much easier than ever before. Here’s how it works.

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There’s a trick that lets you track sleeping habits of your Facebook friends so that you can check stuff like when they wake up. Here’s how it works.

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Did you know that there’s a chess game hidden in Facebook Messenger? Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to enable and play it with your Facebook friends.

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Facebook’s Messenger app has come along in leaps and bounds over the past twelve months, and today, the Menlo Park-based social company has announced a substantial update to the Android version of the app, with the iOS version being in the pipeline for an update as well. As well as affording the IM app a few aesthetic touch-ups, it would seem as though Mark Zuckerberg’s team is seeking to further differentiate it from the standard Facebook app by placing more emphasis on messaging itself.

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It has been just under two weeks since Mark Zuckerberg invited various members of the press to Facebook’s Menlo Park headquarters to discuss the new Facebook Home for Android, and although its subsequent release was restricted to only a handful of devices, the integration of the Chat Heads feature into Facebook Messenger for Android offered the wider audience a taste of the new social plugin. Now, it has been revealed that Chat Heads will also be making its way onto Facebook for iOS, with an App Store update imminent.

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Facebook has been one of the fastest growing social networks that ever existed, even if Google+ claimed a higher growth rate (owing to the fact that every Gmail user was potentially a user of Google+, but that’s a separate debate). One of the reasons Facebook has been massively and addictively popular, apart from the feature set that it brought to the social networking table, was the fact that the company has some of the best iOS apps out there, offering a smooth and near-perfect experience on the go. Be it Facebook’s official app, the Camera app, the Pages app, or the Messenger app, you can expect high quality and polish from the Palo Alto company.

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The standalone Facebook Messenger app has proved to be an extremely worthwhile addition to the company’s ever growing range of mobile apps. Although it has already achieved enviable success through download and user adoption rates, it seems that Facebook is intending to build on the Messenger platform by announcing a native iPad version of the app, a first official glimpse of which could potentially be seen during their planned event tomorrow.

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If you use Facebook on your mobile device, you might be a frequent user of its messaging service. If so, you might become the newest fan of Facebook’s just-released standalone messaging app for both Android and iPhone.

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