Facebook’s New Homegrown Messenger Apps Focus On Selfies, Sound And Shaking

TechCrunch

Facebook has launched its first home-made apps for its Messenger Platform after Sound Clips (iOS/Android), Selfied (iOS/Android), Strobe (iOS/Android) and Shout (iOS/Android) went live. Stickered, an existing app that lets you plaster photos with stickers, has also been retooled for Messenger.

The U.S. company showed off Messenger as a channel for business-to-consumer communication and a platform for third-party developers’ apps at its F8 event this week, but it also has its own collection too. That is much like Line, the chat app company from Japan, which offers a range of camera and utility apps (and also games) to complement its core messaging service.

Due warning, don’t be too serious as these apps are as frivolous as it gets.

Sound Clips For Messenger

As the name suggest, this lets you send a…

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