Send messages to contacts the have Facebook Messenger installed, chat with friends on Facebook, or use to simply send text messages; can also attach photos and locations to messages.
Facebook Messenger might just be the messaging app that ends all other messaging apps. For the app allows users on Android, an iPhone, an iPad, and even Blackberry to share messages with one another in just about every conceivable way.
First off, Facebook Messenger allows users to send instant messages to contacts that already have the app installed, much like Skype or Fring. The difference is that the userbase is likely to be much greater since there is a large number of active Facebook users, and thus larger group of people likely to have the app installed.
Facebook Messenger also allows you to access sent and received messages on both the Facebook Messenger app as well as Facebook itself.
Second, is the ability to live chat with friends logged into Facebook. This way users can talk to family and friends during what is likely their allocated time for social networking, and also serves as an easy and quick way to chat with people when they’re available. Again, you can live chat with users on both the Facebook Messenger app as well as Facebook itself.
Third, is the fact that Facebook Messenger allows you to send text messages to contacts that are neither on Facebook nor Facebook Messenger users. This means that users still have a nuclear option for communicating with family and friends in their contacts list.
Want to have a group conversation? Facebook Messenger lets you add friends to conversations at any time so that one can discuss an important meeting, sports event, or to just catch up on old times.
Another cool feature is that users can attach photos and locations to messages.
Facebook Messenger really could be the messaging app that ends all other messaging apps. If anything it’ll save users a ton of money on international text messages.
What’s your favorite messaging app?