Facebook simply pushed one bit nearer toward its objective of permitting clients to swap messages across Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram. Today, the organization declared that it’s revealing another version of Messenger for iOS that has been modified “starting from the earliest stage.”
This is the “Lightspeed” upgrade the organization initially prodded a year ago at F8. Yet, in addition, quicker dispatch speeds, most clients shouldn’t see a lot of a distinction between the new application and the one they’ve just been utilizing. That is on the grounds that “Lightspeed” was progressively about rearranging Messenger’s hidden code (Facebook noticed the application went from 1.76 million lines of code to 360,000) than adding highlights to a famously enlarged application.
Truth be told, Messenger’s architects have been consistently stripping highlights out of it, similar to the Discover tab, which the organization affirmed it was chopping out a week ago. (Independently, Facebook noticed a few highlights might be “incidentally inaccessible,” yet no word yet on which explicit abilities might be influenced.)
All the more critically, the update lays significant basis for other large changes that will in a general sense change the manner in which you use Messenger, to be specific Facebook’s arrangement to bring the entirety of its informing into a solitary encounter. The organization additionally recommends that the new form helps move the application somewhat closer toward its objective of adding encryption to Messenger talks as a matter of course, however it’s indistinct precisely how. For the time being, those stay longer term objectives. Zuckerberg has clarified that cross-application informing isn’t coming at any point in the near future, and the organization as of late affirmed its encryption plans are still years away.