Amazon Working on New Standalone Messaging App Called "Anytime"

Amazon Working on New Standalone Messaging App Called

Amazon Working on New Standalone Messaging App Called "Anytime"

The report refers to client review data and clarifies that Anytime will have standard messaging elements, for example, encryption, video bolster, sound help, and stickers.

As it continues to expand its own ecosystem, Amazon may have a new messaging app on the horizon. Additionally the messaging app will have tasks like playing games, order food, which can be done in groups.

Going by the report, the messaging service will have features such as the ability to make voice and video calls and photo sharing with filters, masks, etc. Amazon also says that the app will support business chat, a feature being worked on by Facebook and Apple as well. We are already accustomed to using popular services like Facebook, Whatsapp, Snapchat, WeChat and others, however, rumors are afloat that there will be a new entrant in this already crowded market.

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It's hard to see how Amazon could carve out messaging market share in an already congested and highly competitive market.

Case in point: the service claims it will keep chat privates and even allow users to "encrypt important messages like bank account details". Unlike standalone messaging apps like WhatsApp and Viber, Anytime would let you reach your friends by using their names instead of their phone number. Anytime see, s to be a more ambitious messaging platform, one created to contend against other messaging apps in the market such as Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp, Viber and many more. Amazon will take some time to make this app available for public. Presently the company is running a survey before launching this app.

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