Facebook is letting some users make voice and video calls within its main app on a trial basis, aiming to make it easier to place calls without opening its standalone Messenger app.
Facebook’s platforms, including online messaging service WhatsApp and photo-sharing app Instagram, were down for thousands of users on Friday, according to outage tracking website Downdetector.com.
The UK’s digital minister warned he had “very grave concerns” about Facebook’s plans to expand end-to-end encryption across all user communications.
Facebook said some users can now send messages between Messenger and Instagram – the first step toward a full integration of the company’s three separate social media services.
Facebook has unveiled a new version of its Messenger app that it says is significantly faster and simpler to use.
Facebook is undergoing one of its most widespread and persistent system outages, with users across the globe unable to access its social network and services from Instagram to Messenger.
Mark Zuckerberg’s latest blog post talks about making Facebook and its Internet hangouts more of an intimate digital “living room” rather than a raucous public town square.
Facebook is planning to integrate parts of WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger, as part of a huge technical operation across the social network’s collection of messaging apps.
Facebook investors are salivating over the revenue potential for the company’s chat businesses, Messenger and WhatsApp, after CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he’d like to move “a little faster” to make money from
Facebook is making a dramatic change to the social network’s mobile application, letting people post pictures and videos that disappear after 24 hours. Dramatic, but unsurprising – it’s the fourth time the