Now You can Send SMS Messages With Facebook Messenger App

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A new update for the Facebook Messenger now brings a new amazing feature to Android smartphone users. The new version of the facebook Messenger will allow you to send SMS messages to people with some simple taps. This is a pretty nice and most awaited feature. Because of the large number of user count, this feature will become another great thing for Facebook Messenger.

David Marcus, the VP of Messaging Products at Facebook today announced about the availability of this new feature. According to him in addition to having a fully integrated app for all your messaging, you’re now able to send voice clips, stickers, and even share your location over SMS on top of standard texting features.

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Read his words :

”  Very excited to announce a major new feature for Messenger on Android today! From now on, you’ll be able to send and receive your SMS messages from Messenger, which means you now have one integrated place for all your messaging!

A lot of Android texting apps didn’t keep up with the evolution of messaging, so we felt like we truly had to make Messenger the best SMS client for Android. As a result, in addition to having a fully integrated app for all your messaging, you’re now able to send voice clips, stickers, and even share your location over SMS on top of standard texting features. You will now also enjoy all the things you’ve come to love about Messenger for all your messages, including chat heads and more. This update is rolling out to most countries starting today. Give it a try, and as always let us know how we can make it even better for you! ”  

The feature is now rolling out to users, they will complete delivering the update by Friday.

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