Facebook’s Messenger continues its push to dominate your social life.

The latest target? Transportation, with the messaging app launching a new transportation platform inside of the app. Facebook’s first partner on the platform is Uber, and, beginning Wednesday, people who live in cities in the U.S where Uber is available can arrange rides directly from the app. (The features are still in a testing phase so not everyone will have access to them immediately, though the social network has plans for a wider rollout in the future.)

The idea, Facebook says, is to make it easier for friends to make plans with each other by offering a way to arrange transportation without the need to leave the app Read more…

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Source: Mashable


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