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FB Messenger Update Brings Animated Gifs And Better Sharing Features

by onJuly 21, 2015

For the past year, Facebook has been working hard in building its FB Messenger as an freelance product with its own dynamics that’s totally different from the other social media website. Although it took some time to form sense of why people should download a separate application, currently a billion clients have determined to download the FB Messenger as an alternative communication option.

FB Messenger has positively undergone major changes this year. Earlier in April, the social media giant has added a video call functionality to its mobile electronic messaging client. That means users can now video chat apart from sending messages, emojis, stickers, and creating calls right from the standalone Messenger app. This makes the application a lot of appealing to avid fans of electronic messaging services since it works on two of the most popular platforms – Android and iOS.

Just last month, Facebook conjointly offered FB Messenger to users who don’t have a FB account however they need to communicate via this service.

By downloading the FB Messenger app, the clients will already enjoy all the options that are available on Messenger – as well as photos, videos, cluster chats, voice and video business, stickers and a lot of. And all you need is a valid contact number.

“GIFs have seen success as a rich media format within Messenger,” a company spokesperson told us. “With this feature, we’re testing various ways to make it even easier to send great content — like GIFs — with just a few taps.”

Facebook really needs all people to use GIFs within Messenger. The company has recently unleashed a series of GIF apps from third-parties that work within Messenger — as a part of its Messenger platform initiative — however it’s currently going on the far side that with a series of pilots that bring GIFs right into Messenger without those apps.

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