Amazon is reportedly working on a standalone communications app that could challenge Messenger

Messaging apps are in vogue these days. Some of the most popular cross-platform messaging apps on the market today are from behemoths like Facebook, Google, and Apple. There are countless other companies that have carved niches for themselves in the mobile messaging arena. It appears that another behemoth is looking forward to making it in this market. According to a new report, Amazon is working on its very own cross-platform messaging app. According to the report, Amazon is working on an app called Anytime that it’s going to release for Android, iOS, and desktop users. It’s going to be a cross-platform messaging app. How will Anytime set itself from the competition?The report says that it will offer encryption, voice and video call functionality, sticks, easier group chats, and more. Then again, it’s not like most popular messaging apps on the market right now don’t offer similar features.We can be sure that Amazon will try to integrate its core business with the app in one way or

Amazon is reportedly working on a standalone communications app that could challenge Messenger

Messaging apps are big business. With the number of users they pull in (Facebook Messenger recently passed 1.2 million) and the potential for advertising, it’s no surprise to find more ...

Mon 17 Jul 17 from Techspot

Amazon is working on a messaging app called Anytime

The global service will rival social networks by allowing users to message, share videos and photos, apply @mention tags and filters. Amazon has already surveyed customers on possible new ...

Mon 17 Jul 17 from Daily Mail

Amazon Is Developing Its Own Messaging App

Messaging apps are in vogue these days. Some of the most popular cross-platform messaging apps on the market today are from behemoths like Facebook, Google, and Apple. There are countless ...

Sun 16 Jul 17 from Ubergizmo

Amazon may unveil its own messaging app

The messaging app field is as hot as ever with Apple, Facebook and Google (among others) slugging it out... and Amazon appears to want in on the action. AFTVnews claims to have customer ...

Sat 15 Jul 17 from Engadget

Is Amazon working on a new messaging app called Anytime?

 Messaging apps today are one of the most popular ways consumers communicate today, not just with each other but, increasingly, with businesses and services. Now there are signs that we ...

Fri 14 Jul 17 from TechCrunch

  • Pages: 1

Bookmark

Bookmark and Share