Originally, it did not have voice calls but was added later. Now FB has decided to add video calling, too.
The decision to launch the new app was taken after talking to thousands of parents, associations like National PTA, & parenting experts in the US.
This can be done with the help of an app called ‘botletter’. Botletter is a lot like MailChimp except that it uses Facebook Messenger as a platform rather than email.
With 1 click, Wave X, a phone app, allows you to share emotions with your friends.
Well, artificial intelligence (AI) is considered to be the continuity of human augmentation. This has led to the growth of bots. In relation to this, comes 1 of the main players in the building of bots i.e. Recast.ai.
If you want to create a large audience for your brand or product 1 of your best options is to engage with it on Facebook Messenger, a platform with 1 billion+ users worldwide. Octane AI helps you build your audience with an engaging Messenger Bot, ready to be launched in minutes.
With Timebomb you can send a photo, video, GIF or text. You can then decide when your recipient can view the message. The app allows you to send messages to any day in the future. Also, you can drop messages on the map for your friends to find.
Instant conversations between businesses & their customers is becoming more & more essential. With this in mind, many businesses are starting to use artificial intelligent-run chatbots. Here are some of the famous ones.
Engage with your Messenger audience by automatically subscribing anyone that starts to chat with you, & then send them news, Content updates & pre-programmed answers to common questions.
Allows you to talk to everyone, without having a last seen timestamp or a green light next to your profile image.
Social network Facebook just went ballistic over bots. It has introduced bots for the Messenger Platform. As we know, bots can provide anything from automated subscription Content like weather & traffic updates, to customized communications.
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