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Facebook tweaks Messenger’s home screen, keeps trying to make it your go-to app

Since it isn’t enough that 900 million people use Messenger, Facebook hopes to keep users coming back by making the app a one-stop shop for anything you may want to do on your phone. The company’s latest attempt to do that is giving Messenger’s home screen a new look.  In addition to displaying your message threads, … Continue reading “Facebook tweaks Messenger’s home screen, keeps trying to make it your go-to app”

Since it isn’t enough that 900 million people use Messenger, Facebook hopes to keep users coming back by making the app a one-stop shop for anything you may want to do on your phone. The company’s latest attempt to do that is giving Messenger’s home screen a new look

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In addition to displaying your message threads, Messenger’s main screen will now include a favorites section, birthday reminders, and a list of people who are online. 

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Pavithra Mohan is a staff writer for Fast Company.

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