Facebook is finally getting rid of the Messenger shortcut in the center of its mobile app. And it's replacing the shortcut with a platform for people to buy and sell stuff to each other.
The new tab is called Marketplace, and it lets you buy and sell things to people in your city.
Facebook says it created Marketplace because 450 million people already buy and sell things every month to each other through organized Facebook groups — think "Electronics for sale in Menlo Park, California.
Facebook is adding a new feature to its Messenger app that will allow users to send each other money, becoming the latest mobile platform to add a payments service to its suite of features.
Facebook is is giving the more than 500 million users of its Messenger app the ability to send money to each other, becoming the latest mobile platform to incorporate a payments service.
450 million people already visit “buy and sell” Groups on Facebook each month, and now the company is launching a whole tab in its app dedicated to peer-to-peer shipping. Facebook Marketplace lets you browse a relevancy-sorted feed ...
Facebook is launching a new Marketplace section to help you sell your stuff, and it works like something of a Craigslist-Lite. As soon as you open up the Marketplace – there’s a new icon at the bottom of the Facebook app – you’ll se...