Facebook planning to unite Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp on a single platform

Rumors regarding Facebook’s plans to integrate all of its messaging services on a single platform have been circulating for a while now. But seems like the plan will take the course of action soon.

At the F8 2019 conference, the Messenger’s head of consumer product Asha Sharma revealed that they are working on ways that would allow users to send messages on Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp through a solitary app.
Facebook will soon let users chat across Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp
According to Sharma, the 3-in-one messaging feature would work similarly to how people make calls. Users would simply send the message to their friend, regardless of the service they use and the message will get to him or her automatically.

The 3-in-one messaging feature would also come with end-to-end encryption – a prominent feature in all subsidiary services of Facebook.

As of yet, the company has not declared a date for the roll out of this feature but in the past CEO Mark Zuckerberg had said that it could take some time.



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