In a move that many had already anticipated, Facebook has finally merged two of its applications—Messenger and Instagram—which allows for cross-messaging between the two, the social media company confirmed a couple of days ago.

The decision comes from a finding which saw that a third of Facebook apps’ users find it troublesome recalling the app they used after engaging in a communication, despite the relevance of making a connection among 80 percent of the users.


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The confusion comes from social media users who use more than a single platform when connecting with others. 

As such, Facebook is making both Messenger and Instagram compatible with one another when exchanging discussions, thereby offsetting the issue presented.

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