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Here is another in our a series of articles, offering tips and tricks for both beginners and experienced users, courtesy of How to Windows Phone.
Facebook chat is integrated with windows phone’s messaging. Sometimes it can be annoying. To disable it,
- Navigate to messaging.
- Expand the menu by tapping the ellipsis (…).
- Tap settings.
- Turn of “Use Facebook chat”.
- You can also set your status to invisible in messaging.
See many more tips at of How to Windows Phone.
Talk.to, the popular cross-platform messenger, is on its way to the Windows Phone Marketplace. According to its download page, the Windows Phone app is "coming soon". Talk.to enables users to send messages using a number of third-party services. Facebook, Google Talk, and more are supported. Should you enjoy using the big screen, native desktop clients for both Windows and Mac are available, as well as use via a web browser.
Talk.to states on the website that it offers free SMS for both sending and receiving. Group messaging and read / delivered notifications are also present. Using Live Tiles, the simplistic typography look and feel, and toast notifications, we're pretty excited to see what the team can do on the Windows Phone platform. More apps is never a bad thing either.
Currently available for both the iPhone and Android smartphones, it'll be great to see such a solution on Windows Phone.
Source: Talk.to; thanks, windowsphoneapps, for the heads up!