10 Interesting Facebook Messenger ChatBots
Here is the list of 10 handy and interesting Facebook Messenger ChatBots you can use in your daily life to make it easy.
With Chatible you can Anonymously chat with strangers on Facebook Messenger. Just go to their Facebook Page and send message.
GymBot is a Facebook Messenger chat bot that tracks your gym training training.
Just click on ‘Go to messenger’ and click the get started button. The bot will explain it’s usage.
Track your stats with simple commands like ‘Butterfly 30/15/3’. It will store your progress in it’s database.
You can always access your statistics. Just type ‘stats’ and it will lead you to your personal statistics page.
Save money and Send BargainBot barcodes or photos of the products to find the cheapest prices.
4) Job Pal
With Job Pal you can Chat and apply directly for jobs from within Messenger
5) Digg on Messenger
Digg chatbot Discover and share the best of the web on Facebook Messenger.
6) Flight tracking bot
Flight tracking bot that helps you track your flights.
This Amazing Facebook chat bot Jarvis is like your someone close who remind you to get stuff done.
8) WTF is that?
Send WTF is that chatbot a picture of any object and we will tell you what it is.
9) Invisible Girlfriend
Evidence that you have a girlfriend, even if you don’t. Invisible Girlfriend is an amazing Facebook Chatbot builder where you can craft a digital version of a real girlfriend without a baggage 😉
10) Music Rover
Music Rover Messenger bot discover music you will love. Music Rover aims be your music companion forever, always ready to respond to you right from your messenger. There is no human intervention involved in the recommendations and so the responses are instant.
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