As per hidden code accessed within Facebook Messenger, the app could soon get Face ID authentication, thus adding an extra layer of security to your conversations on the app. The feature was discovered by developer Jane Manchun Wong who is an expert in reengineering popular apps to discover secret features as well as security vulnerabilities.
Insufficient memory, invalid settings, faulty updates — these are the usual factors that are associated with device problems on apps crashes. For server-based apps, network connectivity issues are likely to blame. Other culprits are corrupted cache files and other errant apps. These are the things that you need to consider looking into when dealing with
Some people wouldn’t mind having no Facebook or Messenger app on their smartphones but many people do. Thus many would still feel bad if the Messenger app keeps crashing on their respective devices. In this context, I will tackle a similar issue on the iPhone 8, in which the Messenger app keeps crashing for some
Is the new iOS update causing your iPhone X Messenger app to become unstable or keep crashing? If that is so, then this post might be able to help you. Read on and get some inputs if needed. Software updates are generally intended to keep a device system more optimized, free from flaws, and still
Messenger emerges among the most popular and widely used apps by smartphone users around the world. That is why if something goes wrong and the app suddenly malfunctions, it would be a major inconvenience. Nevertheless, just like any other apps, the Messenger app is also not free from flaws. While it may be programmed to
Popular apps like Facebook’s instant messaging platform the Messenger app seldom encounter troubles unless network connectivity issues are at fault. The fact that millions of people are using these apps makes it a requisite for the app developers to ensure optimum performance. However, this doesn’t mean that these apps will be forever free from flaws.