I use Facebook Messenger for contacting people who don’t have my phone number, which happens a lot. Since Facebook Messenger handles SMS messages, I’ve been thinking about using it instead of Google Messenger to see if I might like it. I like that you can group your messages together or separate so you never have to... Continue Reading →
Facebook’s Messenger app is growing up. Since you no longer need a Facebook account to use Messenger, it has now morphed into its own service. Messenger now offers texting (MMS and SMS), phone and video calling, Uber, shopping and the list is still growing. Also, with a simple scan of your phones you can add... Continue Reading →
For a while now Facebook has been breaking up its services into separate apps, which has ticked off some and pleased others. I thought it was a great idea from the start because I’ve been looking to spend less time on Facebook, but do like some parts of the service. The breakup allows me to... Continue Reading →
I deleted Facebook from my phone today. Although I’ll still use Facebook Messenger, I will no longer have the Facebook app. I’m hoping this changes some of my social media usage.
This is not anything new, but it was probably the best article I’ve read on where social media is heading. And although I haven’t installed the Facebook Messenger app— I do use Facebook—it makes me want to give it a try. It does bug me slightly that the article doesn’t mention Hangouts, which is a... Continue Reading →