Posted October 15, 2018 11:59:38A robot companion could be a thing of the past.
Facebook has announced that Messenger will be available to all new users of its Messenger app, with a new feature called “chatbots.”
The feature is meant to give people access to a robot companion, which can act as an assistant to help them communicate with their friends.
But Messenger’s new chatbot feature isn’t limited to chatbots: you can use Messenger’s other feature, “socialbots,” to connect with other humans.
The idea behind chatbots is that you can have a robot with you and then make your life a bit easier by chatting with other people, as well as to connect more with your friends.
Facebook says that it plans to launch a new chat bot in the next few months, but the new feature won’t be available for new users until later this year.
The bot will have a more human-like interface, like those found in Twitter’s Bots API, but it will also have the capability to interact with your Facebook friends.
Facebook is still rolling out Messenger to the public, so users won’t have to wait long to get to grips with it.
Messenger will debut in the coming months, and users will have the ability to customize the look and feel of their chatbot by setting their own avatar and choosing a different background.
This means that you’ll be able to set it to show a different image or background to your friends and not appear like an angry bird.
Messenger will also be available in the U.K. and Canada, where Facebook says it will be able expand to the rest of the world by the end of 2020.
The company says that Messenger can now be used in more than 60 countries around the world.
Messenger currently only supports English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, and Simplified Chinese.