With over 1.3 billion monthly active users, Facebook’s Messenger app is an unprecedented success. Facebook is now looking to fully utilize the potential of this monster user base and has therefore added a feature for improving connectivity between local businesses and consumers.
Despite the apparent break from international ransomware attacks, hackers are still keeping themselves busy, this time using an adware campaign that could easily be one of their most cunning tricks yet. If you use Facebook Messenger, you need to read this.
Skype used to dominate an area of VoIP communications that serves a special function: group video calling. With apps like Snapchat, WhatsApp and, most recently, Slack nipping at its heels, it comes as no surprise that social network behemoth Facebook takes a slice of the cake with its recently rolled out desktop group voice calling.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is one of the latest innovations in the communications industry. It replaces your traditional landline phone with one that connects over the Internet, allowing you to make local and long-distance calls for a low cost.
If you enjoy being able to use Facebook Messenger without seeing endless advertisements, then prepare to be disappointed. It appears that those days are numbered, since the social networking giant has announced its plans to make the service ad-supported.
One of the most popular, and arguably important, websites is Facebook. This social media service has almost single handedly transformed the way we communicate and use the Internet. One of the more popular ways to communicate over Facebook is through the use of the Messenger mobile app.