It took less than a month for Facebook to integrate Apple’s new interaction medium, 3D Touch, into its iOS app. It has taken Menlo Park ten months to do the same for its Messenger app.

You can now give a hard tap to contact icons for a quick peek at their digits, screennames and addresses. You can also preview conversations, enlarged photos and moving videos, stickers, links and locations.

It took Facebook some 34 whole-point revisions to its app in order to make 3D Touch happen. Just as a matter of curiosity.

Download: App Store
Via: The Verge

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