800 Million People Use Facebook Messenger Each Month

Facebook Messenger is an instant messaging service and software application which offers text and voice communication. Incorporated with Facebook’s web-based Chat feature and built on the open MQTT protocol, Messenger allows Facebook users to chat with friends both on cell phone and on the main website.

In a Facebook post Mark Zuckerberg revealed that,

“800 million people now use Messenger every month.”

800 Million People Use Facebook Messenger Each Month

Also Read: Facebook Messenger Has Now 700 Million Active Users

In March 2015 Facebook reported that Facebook Messenger has reached 600 million users. David A. Marcus heads Facebook Messenger and had joined Facebook on the request of Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook

Facebook Messenger has introduced the following features:

  • Messenger Platform
  • Send & Receive Money
  • Message Requests
  • Video Calling
  • Faster Speed
  • Photo Magic
  • Customized Colors, Nicknames & Emojis
  • Updated location Sharing
  • Transportation Platform
  • Businesses on Messenger
  • Virtual Business Cards
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2016 to be a Big year for Facebook Messenger

2015 was a year when important developments were made to assist people to communicate. These experiences were created with a mindset of facilitating hundreds of millions of people manage their daily interactions with people, businesses, and services more flawlessly than ever.

Mark Zuckerberg also said:

“I’m constantly on Messenger. It’s an important part of how I run Facebook and keep in touch with my friends and family. I use Messenger to quickly get information from engineers to make decisions. I also message a lot with Priscilla every day and probably use way too many stickers. The cactus, Beast and Star Wars stickers are probably my favorites.”

“This is going to be a big year for Messenger. We’re working hard to give you more ways to communicate, and I’m proud that Messenger is helping to connect so many people around the world.”

Also Read: Facebook Working on Developing its Own App Store: Report

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