Facebook’s Messenger Platform 2.0 will be your one-stop-shop for work, play and social

Messenger is more than just a chat app. We use it to share video, play games, and chat in real time. Indeed, it’s become a veritable commercial platform, supporting payments and transactions, and is used by businesses to provide real-time support. With that in mind, it’s hardly surprising that much of the focus at the Facebook F8 conference was on Messenger, and the company’s plans for the platform. On stage at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, David Marcus, VP of Messaging Products, laid bare the company’s vision for messenger. It’s exciting. You can tell, because Facebook isn’t launching…

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