You’ll never again have the option to sign up Messenger on the off chance that you don’t have a Facebook account. In 2015, the social media organization began enabling potential clients to sign up on its messaging application utilizing just their telephone numbers. Presently, a section in the site’s Help Center clearly states that “you’ll need to create a Facebook account to use Messenger.” The company has also confirmed the change to VentureBeat, telling the publication that “the vast majority of people who use Messenger already log in through Facebook” and that it merely wants to simplify the process.
The representative likewise said that the new rule applies to those “new to Messenger,” and that those previously utilizing the application without an account don’t have to do anything. In any case, a few clients have grumbled of experiencing troubles marking in after the progress – the application clearly continued revealing to them that their account has been limited. It’s indistinct if the change will have any impact on the tech giant’s arrangement to make its messaging items interoperable, which will enable clients to send messages crosswise over Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp. Many individuals use WhatsApp, specifically, for the protection and security it gives.