The company's new Rooms app, unveiled Thursday, will allow people to chat in groups.
Users can sign in to the app with an email address or use a pseudonym, and they don't need a Facebook account to join.
Facebook already has apps called Messenger, Whats App and Slingshot, which help users send messages to one another or groups.
Its photo-sharing app Instagram allows largely anonymous users to share photos and have conversations.
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An i OS app that is used if you don’t want anyone to know that you downloaded a privacy app.
Chat rooms have always been popular spots for flirting with the opposite sex.
Like message boards, chat rooms are popular spots for so-called flame wars in which two or more users enter into a tirade of insults sparked by a minor disagreement.
But these same factors can also work in your favor.
Internet horror stories passed around on forums and other sites to disturb and frighten readers.
Includes stories from Slender Man, a fictional character that inspired two 12-year-old Wisconsin girls to stab and nearly kill a friend.
A private messaging app that takes from your existing social media profiles and adds them to your “bubble.” The content is posted for all of your friends to see.