Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg plans to make it possible for Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp Messenger, users to send messages to one another without switching apps, reported by the
Facebook confirmed that the three standalone apps would be merged into one application, but they’ll be brought together under a single messaging platform.
This app will allow a Facebook user, for example, to send a message to a person who only uses Instagram or WhatsApp.
Facebook said, it wants to build the best messaging app we can, and people want to message to be reliable, fast, and simple.
When plans are completed, the merger would mean that a Facebook user can communicate directly without restrictions between different networks. This is currently impossible as the applications have no common core.
As a reported, it can be completed by the end of 2019, or at the beginning of 2020.
The merger will involve thousands of Facebook employees re-designing all apps at their basic levels.
A Facebook spokesperson said, we are working on making more of our messaging apps and considering ways to make it simple and easier to reach friends and family. As you would expect, there is a lot of discussion and debate as we begin the long process of figuring out all the details of how this will work.
It means that all apps will support end-to-end encryption, which Instagram currently lacks.
End-to-end encryption protects messages from being viewed by anyone except the participants in the conversation.
Facebook run by Zuckerberg from 2012, I installed Instagram for an unbelievable one billion dollars.
When the social giant had acquired an influential network, it had only (thirty) 30 million users, far from the billions of active users it has today.
After two years, in February 2014, Facebook was made with Whatsapp, He paid $19 billion.