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Facebook Messenger’s First Game Unveiled Doodle Draw

by onJuly 6, 2015
 

Facebook Messenger recently unveiled its new game “Doodle Draw, that is similar to draw something. It has just hit one billion downloads on its Android app. Along with various in-app purchases and stickers to Messenger, Facebook has now introduced its first game, Doodle Draw to the platform.

To download the game, you just need to tap the more button available in a Messenger chat to open the platform app list. This was first noticed by technical school Crunch, Doodle Draw is comparable to Draw one thing, that is currently out there as a free app for Android and iOS. The new app allows you to draw and send content to your friends. It’s virtually constant as Pictionary, whereby users will scribble one thing with many colours and then send it to friends.

Mark Zuckerberg tried to explain that goal during the company’s yearly developer conference where he admitted that Messenger is “one of the fastest growing and most important members” of the Facebook family. Mark Zuckerberg tried to explain that goal during the company’s yearly developer conference where he admitted that Messenger is “one of the fastest growing and most important members” of the Facebook family.

“Moving from a single service to a family of apps is the biggest shift we’ve made in our strategy in helping connect people.” He Explained

The development of the Doodle Draw game is just an interesting development because previously the Messenger complementary apps were only limited to those that just enabled users to send videos, photos gifs and memes to friends.

Doodle Draw app is now available for Android and iOS for free. The new app will allow you draw and send content to your friends. It is much similar to Pictionary, wherein users can scribble.

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