Facebook does not stop attacks on SnapChat, launches Messenger Day
Communication with text messages is a tool 2010. Snapchat with his snap-et is the way that people communicate nowadays. Thus, it appears that the Facebook wants to catch up.
Instagram was the first copy Snapchat began after the creation of ‘Stories’ where users – the same as in Snapchat, you can upload a photo or short video which will disappear after 24 hours.
Now, according to recent reports, Facebook is testing “Messenger Day” which also works like Snapchat Story.
Day Messenger for now launched only in Poland which makes sense since Snapchat no great fame in this country.
Same as in Snapchat, the new Facebook application, you can submit photos or video of the moment that will be deleted after 24 hours.
Facebook has officially stated that the Messenger Day is only in the testing phase in Poland and it is not known if they officially launched worldwide.
Facebook Launched the iOS and Android versions of Facebook Messenger on August 9, 2011,  with an October 11 update Making the app available for BlackBerry OS.
In April 2014, Facebook Announced That Will Be the messaging feature removed from the main Facebook app and users Will Be Forced to download Messenger.  
On March 17, 2015, Facebook added a functionality in qual item Can users of developer money to friends. It is currently only available in the United States. 
On April 27, 2015, Facebook Introduced video calling in the Facebook Messenger app. The functionality Was first Launched in Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, France, Greece, Ireland, Laos, Lithuania, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Uruguay. 
At the Facebook F8 conference on March 25, 2015, Facebook Messenger platform Announced That is taking the first steps to Bring Businesses on Messenger with the goal of enhancing how people and Businesses Communicate.  Users Will Be Able to sign up to connect with Businesses in Messenger, receiving personalized updates. Businesses Can use custom layouts Designed for order confirmation, shipping updates and more.  The service is already available with selected US Businesses. With the new update, users use Facebook Messenger Can Also without a Facebook account and by just Signing up using mobile Their phone number. 
As part of this business feature, Facebook Messenger on Transportation Launched in Cooperation with Uber. As of January 2016, this service is still in testing and Will Be available to selected users in the locations where clause Uber Operates in the United States. 
In April 2016, Facebook Messenger Launched “Group Calling”, allowing users to add up to 50 Participants simultaneously over the Internet. This feature Will Be Available on Android and iOS devices for free and users Can start a group call from any VoIP audio chat group. To start a group call, a user needs to just tap the “phone” icon, select Which of the chat group members want to include or broke the call. All the selected members Messenger Will Receive a call simultaneously.
On June 16, 2016 Facebook Announced at the WIRED Business Conference That Will Be Home button added to help users keep track of conversations, as an anchor for sending and receiving messages. 
On July 8, 2016 Facebook Announced That They WOULD BE deploying end-to-end encryption as an optional feature for Facebook Messenger users. It Will Be available in an optional mode called “Secret Conversations” and Will use the Signal Protocol.
iPhone and iPod Touch: Facebook Launched the iOS version of Facebook Messenger on August 9, 2011. 
iPad: On July 3, 2014, a native Messenger app for iPad was released. It Was Specially Designed for iPad Rather than just running as an enlarged iPhone app. Messenger for iPad features a multi-window interface Showing a list of threads and the current Same conversation at the time. 
Android: Facebook Launched the Android version of Facebook Messenger on August 9, 2011. 
In December 2012, the Facebook Messenger app for Android in Some regions (Such as Australia, South Asia, Indonesia, South Africa, and Venezuela) added the Ability to use Messenger without a Facebook account by simply using a name and phone number. These changes are intended to Allow Facebook Messenger mobile Similar to compete Against Such as WhatsApp messaging platform as an alternative to text messaging.  Later updates added the Facebook Messenger Ability to use as a replacement text messaging client on Android, and added “Chat Heads”, an overlay chat system originating from Facebook Home. 
BlackBerry OS: Facebook Launched the BlackBerry OS version of Facebook Messenger on October 11, 2011.
Windows Phone 8: On March 5, 2014, was released Facebook Messenger app for Windows Phone 8. This app contains Many features Similar to iOS and Android apps chat heads and lacks soft voice messaging features. 
Web: On April 8, 2015, Facebook messenger.com Officially Launched, Which Enables users to chat directly through a web browser, without Needing to visit facebook.com.  Facebook Stated That the messages in facebook.com won’t feature eu removed, Unlikely how Facebook has separated the feature in Its mobile app. 
Windows 10: In May 2016 Facebook Launched a fully featured messaging app for Windows 10, available in the Windows Store.
Microsoft Windows: Messenger for Windows Desktop Was Officially released on March 5, 2012 for Windows 7 users.  Began testing on the software beta tester Among a limited group on November 21, 2011;  howevera, a leaked link to the beta-stage software publicly Was Revealed by Israeli bloggers to tech techie blog.  Facebook responded the Same Day by Announcing the link’s availability through Its Help Center. 
Its features Among Was a “ticker” Similar in function to the sidebar of Facebook friend activity seen by website users. At the time of release, “chatting with multiple friends, video calling, limiting chat availability and editing settings” Were not available through the software. A Mac OS X version Was Mentioned by Facebook developers nor Forthcoming.  Messenger for Windows Desktop Was discontinued on 3 March 2014. 
Firefox: Facebook Also Launched an add-on for Firefox, titled Facebook Messenger for Firefox.  Facebook Messenger for Firefox Was discontinued on 3 March 2014.