New logo and new functions for the Messenger app

Facebook is continuing its plan of convergence of its various services and applications. Messenger thus changes its logo to stick a little more to that of Instagram. There are also some new features in the customization of conversations.

2020 is the year of convergence for Facebook, which wants to create a synergy between these different services that are Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp.

Several new features were brought to Messenger during the year, from group conversations Rooms or the possibility of share your screen during a video call.

Then there was theMessenger integration into Instagram which allows us to quickly converse with our Facebook friends from the social network of photos and videos.

To mark this merger of services, what better than a new logo to display the integration of Messenger with Instagram?

Messenger’s new logo borrows colors from Instagram’s.

New themes and reactions to personalize conversations

The arrival of the new Messenger logo is not the only novelty offered by the messaging application.

Facebook is indeed integrating new features in terms of the personalization of our conversations.

Messenger new INstagram logo reactions themes stickers

Messenger integrates new themes, reactions and stickers in the mobile application.

First of all, there are new themes to make each conversation unique. We can therefore choose new wallpapers in a way for each of our conversations.

Messenger also adds new reactions that can be added to a specific message. Do you know when we leave our finger on a message we have received and can react with an emoji? Many new reaction emojis are added.

Finally, for sticker lovers or “stickers” we have new stickers using a selfie that we made.

All these new features are being rolled out gradually through an update of the application for Android and Apple iOS devices.

Facebook launches Messenger Rooms to compete with Zoom

Facebook gives more visibility to Instagram stories on its platform

How to share your phone screen during a Messenger video call

About Victoria Smith

Victoria Smith who hails from Toronto, Canada currently runs this news portofolio who completed Masters in Political science from University of Toronto. She started her career with BBC then relocated to TorontoStar as senior political reporter. She is caring and hardworking.

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