Facebook Messenger SMS integration may be here soon

Facebook Messenger is testing new features, including SMS integration and multiple account support.

By - February 12, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Facebook Messenger is testing new features, including SMS integration, multiple account support, and a design makeover.

Android Police reported that the Facebook Messenger team is on a server-side testing spree, where users are starting to see the new features.

“Instead of Messenger’s white action bar with the blue icons and blue indicator line, a few users have been seeing an inverted color gamut,” Android Police reported.

It said the Facebook Messenger team is dabbling with the idea of “bringing SMS back to the app”, and adding multiple account support.

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