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Facebook is testing the integration of Messenger features back into its main app, seven years after separating the two.
Facebook and Instagram have introduced cross-app messaging, letting users from one app find and message you on the other.
According to reports, Google is starting to roll out message scheduling to some users on the Google Messages app.
WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned instant messaging app, is now delivering 100 billion messages a day across the globe.
Last week Facebook for Business announced an update to its Messenger API that adds support for Instagram Messaging.
Facebook has injected a bit of Messenger into Instagram, allowing users to communicate across apps more easily.
After rolling out the ability to message customers via Google My Business, Google is now expanding Business Messages to all kinds of businesses.
Facebook has published five best practices that will help businesses improve their messaging experiences with people.
YouTube is removing the ability for its users to direct message each other - focusing on public conversations instead.
After testing the feature, Skype is now doubling the limit of participants in group video or audio calls.
According to reports, Facebook is building a new unified messaging inbox for businesses that would allow admins to respond to messages and interactions in one place.
The latest update of the Telegram messaging app comes with a handy new feature: the ability to 'undo' the deletion of chats and chat histories.
France is building its own WhatsApp clone to be used exclusively by French government officials, following concerns that foreign agents could hack into other messaging apps.
Facebook has confirmed that it is testing a feature that would allow businesses to broadcast automated messages to users en masse, through Messenger.