Users question Facebook Messenger app
By Marjorie Sturgeon. CREATED 11:15 AM
OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) – Facebook’s recent move to get mobile users to download its Messenger app is getting a lot of criticism.
Those who use Facebook on their mobile devices must now download the app to see messages from other users.
Facebook says Messenger, which works just like texting, will be faster and new messages will appear instantly.
Complaints left in the iTunes App Store range from privacy concerns to usability and being forced to make the change.
To avoid having to download the app, users can go to the mobile version through a web browser.