The new update to the messenger allows users to group contacts and share stickers with them
It is time to recall the year 2011 for Facebook when it first purchased Beluga and then shut it down. But as it appears, the first group-messaging-app purchased by Facebook is not completely useless after all Zuckerberg is actaully putting the features from this app to some useful consequence.
We were all pretty excited about the messenger update and were hoping to see an improved version and we certainly were not disappointed. With this latest update to Messenger on iOS, users can group their contacts together in whatever way they like and then share some pretty amazing animal stickers with them. The fixes that came with the update were quite obvious and the overall speed of the app seems to have been improved at a great level. Another new interesting feature has been added to the update which allows users to forward messages and photos to users that aren't in the current conversation. Though this is completely opposite to what we get from Snapchat, this is somewhat thrilling on a whole new level.