Sex chatting in text on mobile phones

Very badly made,good for "brief" messaging,but overall 1 star. If you rarely turn off your PC/close this application I recommend restarting messenger once every couple of days as will use up more and more system memory if left (probably due to a memory leak somewhere).

-Pressing the camera button makes the app crash -No video/phone call option -Have to reset the app to be able to send new photos from the gallery -Loading messages bugs -No option for sending multiple photos -Photos of people do not update when their profiles do -No log out option I am waiting "patiently" for these and a lot more improvements,if i wanted the worst chat program id be still chatting from the mobile website. You may need to do this more often depending how often you change conversations.

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Worked fine, but has just recently informed me that it will no longer work unless I update the app. Have to say it at least sends messages which is good but I can't hide my disappointment for FB leaving Windows Phone out the loop as it affects soo many people.

Lower income teens are more likely to say that they never send text messages, and higher income teens are slightly more likely to say they send and receive texts every day.

Nearly 2 in 5 teens whose families earn less than $30,000 annually say they never use text messaging, compared with just 20% of teens from families earning more than $75,000 per year.

The chapter is broken into four parts that analyze: 1) the role of texting in teens’ lives; 2) the role of cell voice calling in teens’ lives; 3) the way texting and cell voice calling fit into the larger scheme of teen communication patterns; and 4) the other activities that teens perform on their ever-more-sophisticated handheld devices.

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