Amazon might soon join the line of tech giants with their own messaging apps. The retail company, which has already expanded well beyond this field, has already started asking customers on what they look for in a messaging app. Reports suggest this app might be almost ready, and it will be called Anytime.
Anytime grants you access to plenty of activities
Several reports have already found out more about Anytime, and say it looks promising. The service has plenty of features which might speak to all users, and the more optimistic ones say it will be worthy of competing with any existent social platform.
The main purpose of Anytime will be messaging, which you can fulfill either via text messages or via calls, in both voice and video formats. However, Anytime won’t be only about messaging. You will also be able to share photos with your friends by @-mentioning them, and even apply filters and effects to them.
Reports also say Anytime will allow users to engage in group activities, so they can play games, listen to music together, or even order food. This sounds great, and it seems to be a clever combination of many other social apps, making up a successful recipe to win the public.
A secure way to connect with your friends
Amazon didn’t forget about the main issue of privacy, so it promises that all chats and activities will remain private. Also, you don’t need to introduce your phone number, email address or anything personal to use Anytime. This leaves only one option available to create an account, and it probably means synchronizing the app with other social media services.
Amazon hasn’t revealed a launch date for the app yet. However, we can tell it will come both in mobile and web version. Also, all mobile users should benefit from it. This sounds like a great opportunity to chat with your friends and engage in other useful activities at the same time.
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