Facebook Messenger is currently the most popular application in the world for multi-platform communication, and it doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon. When I initially heard about Messenger Bot, I really didn't think much of it at all, because it seemed like just another Facebook application, but as time has gone on, I have come to realize that this Facebook application may very well be a great addition to your own Messenger bot.
First, let's talk about the bad news. The only good news about Messenger Bot is that it does require no external plug-ins to use it. That is, it runs off of its own source code, which means you don't have to worry about paying for third party adware or spyware to get access to it.
The bad news, however, is that Messenger Bot does not have a well-designed user interface. If you don't know what I mean, it is basically an application that you can run on Facebook Messenger, but it doesn't look that great. It also has a very basic feature set. It can only display text from the sender and the recipient in the conversation, and it can only send text to these two individuals.
To the untrained eye, Messenger Bot doesn't appear to be much more than an elaborate spamming tool. However, if you know your way around Facebook, you'll soon realize that this application has a lot more value than it actually appears to have.
For example, if you know a friend's name and number, you can use Messenger Bot to find them by phone number, email address, and so on. You can also use this application to keep in touch with people who are on your friends list. In other words, it's great for keeping your contact list up to date and out of the way.
It is also useful because it can automatically update your list of contacts, based on the new types of events that they attend. For example, if a friend of yours is going to the annual party held in a certain town, you can set the application to send you a text message every day informing you of the event. Pretty nifty, right?
This application doesn't even have to do any fancy things to keep your friend in the loop. It can just simply do a simple post to the Facebook account of the person who sent the message, and that's it.
If you want to have the best in-chat experience on Facebook Messenger, then the Facebook Messenger Bot is something that you should seriously consider. It doesn't cost a thing, doesn't require any plug-ins, and can give you a better-than-average experience on Facebook Messenger.