Facebook app names will not change after rebranding

Facebook, renamed Meta, will not change the names of its social networks Facebook, Instagram and messenger WhatsApp. This was announced by its CEO Mark Zuckerberg at an online conference on October 28.

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Earlier in the day, he announced that Facebook would change its name to Meta starting Thursday. According to Zuckerberg, the new brand will emphasize the company's focus on the meta-universe, where people will refuse screens and experience the effect of presence in virtual reality. According to his plan, in the near future it will be possible to create a virtual environment in which it will be possible to communicate with friends, work and play. As an example, he demonstrated how a user can take part in a concert that is going on simultaneously "live" and in virtual space. He also presented the company's logo in the form of a blue Möbius ribbon.


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