Messenger is an app that lets you chat via text, voice, and video. Stickers and Secret Conversations make it one of the best apps for messaging. It syncs Facebook contacts, allowing you to call friends even if they don't have their phone number saved to their device.
The list of features is huge and is constantly getting longer, so let's go through the main ones:
If you have a commercial account, you can include a personalized greeting to show up when a client opens the app to message you.
Messenger has a minimalistic layout with the ability to swipe left and right to see settings, contacts and recent conversations. The Chat Heads feature allows you to have chats outside of the app. A little icon next to a contact tells you their chat status. The blue icon means they're signed in. The grey icon means they aren't signed into Messenger. A separate list displays people who are online right now.
You can create a group and share content with an unlimited number of people. Users can see when their messages have been viewed. Notifications can be turned off, otherwise, your phone will vibrate when you receive a message.
Messenger can work in a Secret Conversation mode. Messages you send in this mode are encrypted end-to-end. They can only be read on the device that receives them. Of course, law enforcement with a court order can still read these messages. Other than that, your conversations are secured. Messenger also uses Signal technology to protect itself against hackers.
Combined with a huge user base, it's hard to justify not having Messenger installed. Backgrounds and effects add a nice touch to the app. The screen broadcasting feature allows participants to share their screens and have fun group conversations. Overall, this is a very versatile app.