Am I the only one who likes having separate apps? I like this system because I don't have to install the fb app to be able to message people. The only reason two separate apps should take up more space than one app is probly cuz of the way Android is designed with Java VMs and such. People shouldn't be complaining about having separate apps that do specific things. Linux is basically set up this way with separate packages for specific things, that's what allows users to have very clean stripped down machines that do exactly what you want them to.
Ridiculous Why oh why do I need to see everyone's pic who is on fb when go to this app update ? Bad enough when you took it from fb to separate app. Its so ridiculously unnecessary. I'm sure when Sir Tim invented the Web 25 yrs ago today it was to make life/communication better. Please change it back. It's awful. 😔
Small glitches App works great overall, but recently I've found that I can no longer paste text into an active chat head. I have to 'open in messenger' to do so. Also, I can't always forward a link or photo to a group chat. Would love to see these features fixed.
It keeps disabling itself all on its own almost like its uninstalled... I'll download over & over and go to settings to put it on SD card only for it to say I don't have it installed... All the changes made to it also sucks. It was much much better the way it was before. Re-installing Messenger 5-7 times a day is inexcusable... No it's not my 📱 b/c none of my other apps do this....
Stand-alone stupidity Why can't this app's functionality be integrated into the main Facebook app? You know, like it used to be. As if the main app didn't take up enough resources, now they force you to install another resource hog.
Why can't we turn off notifications permanently? I don't want this as a standalone app, not some constant background annoyance. This should be integrated with the main Facebook app. However, viewing profiles is currently awkward since it requires bouncing between apps.
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