We all know very well that Messenger, the instant messaging application of the social network giant Facebook, which has now reached the negligible massive sum of 1.3 billion active users globally on a monthly basis. Yes, but, it is still behind the instant messaging application WhatsApp.
Facebook Messenger hits 1.3 Billion Monthly Active Users Globally
Messenger, the instant messaging application of the social network giant Facebook, has reached the negligible sum of 1.3 billion active users on a monthly basis. Thus, it becomes one of the most used messaging services worldwide, although still far from the instant messaging application, WhatsApp, which is also owned by Mark Zuckerberg.
New messenger milestone from Facebook
David Marcus, executive director of Messenger, has reported the novelty through a publication in his profile of the social network of the Californian firm of Menlo Park. There, he has offered details on this new “milestone” achieved by the instant messaging service.
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Posted by David Marcus on Thursday, September 14, 2017
And while the figure is a true record of the messaging application, we can not deny that its direct association with the most widely used social network worldwide is an extra to reach the millionaire data. On the other hand, WhatsApp continues to maintain leadership as users, accounting for more than 1.4 billion today.
Messenger in April of this year incorporated a new functionality: M. It is basically a virtual assistant that uses artificial intelligence to provide suggestions to users within the context of conversations, such as searching for a song in Spotify when referring someone.
On the other hand, during the company’s annual F8 Developer Conference, you could learn about several of the new features that will come to the application during these months, such as a new Discover tab, which will be able to find several relevant categories, recently used bots, trends and a search field directly from the home screen.
Other proposals that will arrive at the messenger are the reader of “parametric codes”, the chat extensions and also the Rich Gameplay and the game bots, which together with the Instant Games, look for the users to happen each time more hours within the application.
As you can see, the social network giant Facebook’s Messenger is ready to start with its evolution and try to dominate this segment, if it wants to reach this target then to do so simply it must dethrone WhatsApp, the most used instant messaging application worldwide.
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