Facebook Pushing Mobile Web Users to Shift to Messenger

According to a notice being provided to users, the social media tech-giant, Facebook is eliminating the messaging facility from its mobile web application. Some users are already receiving a message that “Your conversations are moving to Messenger”.

Facebook Pushing Mobile Web Users to Shift to Messenger

At present users can reject the consideration but after sometime the cautionary will turn into an impervious wall, and the only choice the users will be left with is to download the official Messenger app.

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Users might become a little worried because surely the mobile site is much used by people who have a justification not to download the app. Some individuals included, don’t have official patrons in their phones, for instance, or who can’t update to the newest version of an OS, so it becomes mandatory for them to access messaging via web.

The tech-giant company is of the view that with this feature they want to offer the best probable experience in messaging via Messenger app. It’s quite clear for anyone to witness that it’s easy to amplify, develop and, by all means, devise an impressive platform such as Messenger, whereas it’s almost futile to do so with intrinsic text-based chat.

There are variations in the core experiences of the desktop and mobile versions of Facebook. It’s absolutely exquisite that posts appear different, you interact with things separately and some features are missing or less easily procured. This should be the case with messaging as well. Just offer plain text chat for the users and drop this range slink it surely won’t affect Messenger’s surge.

Messenger is more full-featured as you can share a video, and stickers as well. But the final verdict to change the feature should be left for the users to make. By dismissing that agency, Facebook destroys a reliance it should be taking care of.

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