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Partly, it’s because Android users need to approve a lengthy list of permissions in Google Play before downloading the app – and Google’s explanations of those permissions leave a lot to the imagination.
In a previously-published help article on Facebook.com, the company explained that the language used to describe Android permissions is set by Google, even if it doesn’t “necessarily reflect the way the Messenger app and other apps use them.” It’s not Facebook’s fault that Google doesn’t make descriptions of app permissions more clear, or doesn’t give users the opportunity to accept permissions only when they want to use a feature like video calling. Internet rumors like the Facebook Messenger app spying accusations feed off of misinformation or a lack of information.
Facebook might have avoided some of the grief it’s now getting if it had done a better job at communicating why users need to download Messenger in the first place.
By splitting Facebook into two apps – one for posting updates and following your newsfeed, and one for messaging, phone and video calls – now you have more options for privacy.
That is, you can keep Facebook I think separating those things out into some sensible, logical categories of - hey, this thing needs SMS and video and sound because it's all about talking and sharing in real time with your friends, and this other thing doesn't - is kind of a good thing.
Facebook recently began forcing mobile users to download Messenger to continue using the chat function that was previously contained within the Facebook app, and that has spurred some user griping and negative reviews in app stores.