Days after their 3rd successful annual Prime Day sale, reports have surfaced that Amazon might be working towards a new messaging app called Anytime. They have started a survey to get feedback from the customers about this App.
One customer suggested the survey implied the messaging service was a finished product. This means it should come packing most features found in now available apps along with its own unique take on how users should send messages over the web.
The standalone Amazon Anytime app is coming with a boatload of features, which includes text and image exchanging, group chats, video and audio calling, even gaming, fun photo filters and editing options.
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According to the report by AFTV news, the app will allow people to do things in groups, such as play games, listen to music together and order food. It also has the ability to keep chats private and encrypt important information like bank account details.
Being an online shopping giant, Amazon inevitably has plans to integrate shopping into Anytime.
The main hurdle for this app will be resistance from users, who will not want to switch to something new now.
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There can also be options to personalise your chats by adding color codes to conversations or giving nicknames to friends.
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The service will work with smartphones, tablets, PCs and smart watches i.e.it is going to be a full 360-degree solution to your messaging needs. Amazon Anytime will apparently let users "reach all your friends just using their name" even without their phone numbers. As few months back it launched an App Chime, similar to Skype for video conferencing.
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