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Slack, the hot workplace chat app, launches new ways to integrate with email ahead of its much-anticipated IPO

Slack announced new updates at its Frontiers conference, including new integrations with office email and calendar systems.

Google’s new messaging app now has a feature that can tell what you’re texting about and automatically suggest helpful information —...

When Android Messages users are texting about restaurants, movies, or weather, Assistant will now offer links to more information.

Google is shutting down its Allo messaging app for good

Google will soon be shutting down its smart messaging app, known as Google Allo.

You’ll soon be able to delete a Facebook message up to 10 minutes after it’s already been sent

Months after Facebook was caught deleting messages sent by CEO Mark Zuckerberg via Messenger, the platform will now let all users "unsend" messages.

Someone dressed up as the Slack app for Halloween — and absolutely nailed the costume

One tech worker from Seattle dressed up as the work chat app Slack for Halloween — and even included the snappy notification sound.

Snapchat’s new ‘Clear Chats’ feature lets you unsend that message you immediately regret

It lets you save you from yourself by deleting a message — text, audio, sticker, or any content that you send from Memories — from your phone and recipients' phones. It will let them know what you've done, however, and it doesn't work with new Snaps.

Everything you need to know about Discord, the new “Skype for gamers”

Meet Discord: the chat, voice and video call app specially tailored for gamers.

The CEO of messaging app Telegram is claiming that Apple has been blocking updates to the app since April

The CEO of the messaging app Telegram is saying Apple has been blocking updates to the app since April, around the time Telegram was banned in Russia. Now, certain Telegram features have stopped working.

The number of messages sent via WhatsApp each day has tripled since Facebook bought it four years ago

WhatsApp wasn't widely considered a sound investment by Facebook, which had a messaging platform of its own and more than twice the number of monthly active users, but its growth in the years since says otherwise.

How to use Lipsi, the new anonymous messaging app that’s climbing the App Store charts

Lipsi is an app that lets you send anonymous messages to your friends, followers, and even strangers.