A man is silhouetted against a video screen with a Facebook logo as he poses with a Samsung S4 smartphone in this file photo illustration taken in the central Bosnian town of Zenica August 14, 2013. (REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Filers)
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Facebook Inc. will no longer let users send and receive private messages within its main smartphone app and will require that users install a separate messaging app.The free, standalone Messenger app is faster than the messaging service that's currently built into Facebook's primary mobile app. Facebook users can also access more features in the Messenger app, such as the ability to make voice phone calls.Facebook also acquired photo-sharing app Instagram in 2012 and announced plans to buy WhatsApp, with more than 450 million users.
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