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X Messenger Privacy Adds a Ton of Privacy Options to Facebook Messenger

Just a few days back, XDA Senior Recognized Developer rovo89 released an official update to his Xposed Framework—bringing compatibility to Android 7.0/7.1 Nougat. Since then, many developers have shown renewed interest in updating their Xposed Modules. While we were covering the open-source, fully themeable Frost for Facebook application the other day we realized that Facebook's other half—the...

Google Allo’s Latest Update Lets You React to Specific Messages

Over the past few months, Google Allo has received minor updates here and there that have slowly been turning it into the messaging app it should have been from Day One. Version 14 has just been released for the app, and with it, you can now react to individual messages throughout your conversations. A heart icon...

Amazon Might be Working on a New Messaging App Called “Anytime”

Amazon has its hands involved in many different areas of business, and a new report from AFTVNews suggests that the company will soon release a brand new product. More specifically, a messaging app called, "Anytime." According to this report, Amazon has recently been surveying select customers about what features they value the most in messaging apps/services. AFTFNews says that one...

How Google Detects and Warns about Premium SMS Messages

Billions of text messages are sent each year. Though the service is incredibly dated by modern technological standards, the SMS has persisted as among the most popular methods of communication. Google is pushing hard to get carriers on board with a new standard known as Rich Communication Services (RCS), but with so many competing messaging interfaces...

[Exclusive] New Information About Google’s Allo Has Emerged

XDA-Developers has since been contacted by a trusted source close to the matter, who wished to remain anonymous. We endorse the veracity of the claim given the source's relationship to both XDA and Google. This source has revealed several key pieces of information about the future of  Google's messaging apps and the claims made on Reddit: There...

Google, Can You Stop Making New Messaging Apps?

In this video, Rawad rants about Google and the mind boggling number of messaging apps they put out. Let us know in the comments what you think on this subject. Are you excited for the new apps? Do you think you'll keep 3 or 4 different Google messaging apps on your phone?