Facebook Opens Up Messenger to Third-Party Apps

Facebook introduced 47 apps that now integrate natively with Messenger.
0:53 | 03/26/15

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Well hello there in today's tech bikes new features are coming to their FaceBook messenger wrath this is cool users will soon be able to insert content from a range of popular apps including ESPN. Right into their conversations. And that business is on messenger feature will allow users to interact directly with companies have up this board is unveiled what it calls intelligence. Speed limit heard read speed limit signs automatically limits how fast your car can go however it will only be available on the board at smacks sold only in Europe. No plans to bring it to the US mild an a lot of people gonna hit the override button and it's a new way pursue lovers to save money without skimping on style. It's using the Smart shoes the prototype with. Bluetooth and it's souls can change colors and patterns in an instant latest hit a button on your Smartphone one show for one out that it could be out by Christmas but. Not so sure the TSA would like this. Hollinger veteran. Tech rides. Google and.

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