Apparently the Facebook Messenger app mobile boarding and private chat features, has been working on a report for the information contained software code extracted Messenger for iPhone is based on published this week, according to the clues.
Secret conversation, what WhatsApp, Facebook, voice and messaging service owned by the same software embedded in the command indication, according to the report.
Other references give the messenger reportedly received a payment and picking up an item included in the command.
“Facebook has long since developed its own message and will continue to support the application, it make sense that it would adopt its own solution as the specific features of WhatsApp,” Charles King, Pund- It said the analyst.
Mobile Pay feature, as well as convincing the King TechNewsWorld. However, if it is still in favor of Android, and Facebook directly compete with Apple Pay, or if it’s one of those services that piggyback.
“It’s a very low initial investment and start its own service will take less risk, and eliminate the complexities of negotiating partnerships with banks and financial services,” King said.
Facebook does not intend to go into business in direct payments, but will consider partnering with another company, CEO Mark Zuckerberg earlier this year indicated during a conference call with analysts.
Especially a product like Messenger – – “on payments, the basic strategy that we have put it, the business interaction, the transaction may be a bit more transactional friction that you need to take the phone out,” she said.
“So we do not see ourselves as the payments business. The company is the type that we do not. We will partner with all those payments,” Zuckerberg added.
Other possible additions Messenger features shopping and delivery, so that users can synchronize calendar and to-do list, you can update articles and share include the ability to update their status.
rumored features Susan Schreiner, C4 trend, according to analysts, the potential of a virtual digital assistant on the messenger.
“Potentially, it could learn our likes and dislikes, read the article, or make suggestions about purchasing e-books,” he told TechNewsWorld. “The Messenger app is already able to send money to your friends, so the next logical step in the application can be used for in-store purchases.”
Facebook a couple of hurdles to overcome, Paul Teich, Tirias principal analyst at research.
“Facebook is an advertising distribution channels,” he told TechNewsWorld. “Mobile Pay will give them more insight into individual transactions. It’s a crowded market, but they are buying the best demographics of smartphone mindshare, and there is a huge number.”
The company is really like WhatApp hiding in a confidential chat feature to turn to experience, then it must be willing to give up certain information, Teich said.
“Secret Chat messages presumably will be no record at all,” he said. “It means that metadata – otherwise throw away the message payload, but this kind of message time, sender and recipient as well as the length of the observed data.