Ok but needs make over I am also a beta user. A lot of us have 4G LTE tablets that SIM cards that technically have a phone number but can not send or receive texts or phone calls. It would be nice if we could link our phone numbers to this app and make it our default calling and text app. With voicemail. This would be great if it would work a lot like the Google Hangouts app to work over data or WiFi. If so there would be no need for hardly anymore emails other than Gmail. Unless Facebook started offering an email account.
New messages This new app sucks! It keeps showing I have messages after I've already read them all. I keep having to check back to make sure I'm not missing something. And now months later, this app is so twisted up that I can't even use its most standard features.
"Something went wrong" So messenger was working ok on my note 7 until an update last night.. now it keeps saying something went wrong and it is a pain to send or receive messages! Why cant we get it to run smooth for more than a day or two?
Only using it because I have to So, terrible you can't see what you're typing in landscape. Drop the keyboard, can't press and hold to highlight, all it does is bring up the keyboard. Same for pasting. Have to enter portrait mode to do any of that. Send an image is a garbage image roll. I don't want to scroll 1,000 images, just open my gallery where things are organised. Too big, slows down the phone, no message + image, and too many more negative points to post (out of characters for review).
Latest update :/ It now says most of the time cannot connect or connecting on messenger. I thought it was my wifi but if i back out and go into any other wifi required app it loads perfectly. Other than that it wont work whatsoever
Forced to install app... I only used the Facebook app to message. It was pointless for me to have Messager, both apps are memory hog. Take up too much data both are +150Mb! I don't want Messenger but now it's forcing me to! Out righteous!
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