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Facebook may soon reinstate Messenger by targeting unified messaging

Facebook plans to take a new step in the messaging field, with the aim of unify Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram in a single messaging service much more convenient and convenient, so as to compete with the competition represented by iMessage.

Facebook may soon unify all of its messaging apps to compete with iMessage

The news of that had already arrived in January, where Facebook's desire to combine its messaging service with those of the apps it acquired, namely WhatsApp and Instagram, was reported. Then the company intervened to confirm what reported.

Later in the same month, the Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed during a call, that the company is cconsidering this possibility, anticipating that this will not happen this year. The developer Jane Manchun Wong however, made famous for always finding new features through the app source code, managed to find that the house is already preparing for unification.

Facebook "width =" 757 "height =" 848 "srcset =" 757w, 696w, /files/2019/04/Facebook-could-reintegrate-messenger- unifying-messaging-apps-375x420.jpg 375w "sizes =" (max-width: 757px) 100vw, 757px "/></p><p>What the developer has found supports previous suggestions on how this would work. The messaging services would still remain independent, all connecting to al <strong>same system</strong>, with the possibility of <strong>communicate with each other</strong>. With that, Facebook could go back to <strong>reintegrate Messenger</strong> in a dedicated section.</p><p>The developer has specified that things still seem to be relatively early. For now, in fact,<strong> the new "Chat" section</strong> discovered by her, it only seems to contain basic functionalities, which make it necessary to open Messenger to carry out the rest of the actions, such as sending photos, calling, reacting to a message, etc.</p><p>The screenshots published through the developer's account indicate that Facebook intends to <strong>change the interface of its main app</strong>, to make it take on an appearance <strong>more white and similar to Messenger</strong>thus losing the characteristic blue theme, a symbol of society.</p><p>All that remains is <strong>wait for further official claims</strong>, regarding the subsequent developments of this new direction that the company has decided to take.</p><p>Thanks for subscribing! Please check your email for further instructions.</p><p></p><!-- WP QUADS Content Ad Plugin v. 1.8.17 --><div class=