Zuckerberg to Merge Instagram, WhatsApp & Facebook Messenger

Facebook’s Chief Executive, Mark Zuckerberg, is planning to club together three of the most used messaging services, international media reports said.

According to a report published on several leading media outlets including the New York Times, BBC and The Guardian, Mark Zuckerberg has rolled out a plan to integrate its three major apps: WhatsApp, Instagram, and Messenger.

The integration would involve re-writing the basic software to let users send messages between the apps without having to switch between them.

The rewrite, for instance, would enable a WhatsApp user to text anyone on Facebook Messenger or Instagram without switching to them, The Guardian reported.

The three messaging services will, however, continue as stand-alone apps, the report said.


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According to the New York Times, Mark has directed his team on the project to make sure all the apps incorporate end-to-end encryption.

Experts believe that this step would be crucial to making inter-network messaging secure and protected from third-party intrusion.

In a statement, Facebook said it wanted to “build the best messaging experiences we can; and people want messaging to be fast, simple, reliable and private.”

It added: “We’re working on making more of our messaging products end-to-end encrypted and considering ways to make it easier to reach friends and family across networks.”

Via: NewYorkTimes 


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  • This is bad. We have segmented all the people in our lives in seperate apps as per our interaction with them. Now they’ll all know who is available when at all times :|


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