Facebook was the last piece of the board, until you see it, moved by the Mark Zuckerberg to once again apply the famous Snapchat checkmate.
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This little ghost has been through much better situations than today, and after over the last few months watching Instagram steal its terrain, and after that Messenger, it's time for Facebook.
One way or another, the three social networks of the group that once tried to buy Snapchat are slowly destroying the latter. So just as we have come to the day with Instagram Stories – a feature that can be said to have been successful – so will we have Facebook Stories.
Well, this functionality, similar to Instagram and, of course, Snapchat, will be available to everyone in the coming months. It is currently undergoing experimentation by a small core of people. As with the ghost application on a yellow background, Facebook's layout is simple, fun, and very common in gestures.
If this all sounds like something we've seen before? Yes. However, there is a slight difference. If Snapchat currently has about 150 million daily active users, Facebook has 1.8 billion. Now, Snapchat may be in the process of collapsing.
If you do not want to see this scenario happen, have good medicine. The application has long been as it is, poorly optimized and without major features. Perhaps it is time to reverse this trend.
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