Amazon Anytime will be a messaging app, could launch soon


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.

That being said, growing the service's user base might not be as hard as one thinks.

Given that Facebook is dominating the messaging market space with Messenger and WhatsApp, it would be tough for a newcomer like Amazon to take off with the Anytime app. It may be that the app will allow users to chat with businesses for customer service and even for shopping. According to a new report, Amazon is working on its very own cross-platform messaging app. It is expected to support groups feature as well so that users can play multiplayer games, listen to music and ordering food.

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Messaging apps are one of the easier ways to communicate these days, not only do they work with your Internet without incurring extra charges. 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.

Tech Crunch reported news of the new app, citing a survey which included screenshots purporting to show the name and features included in the service. There is no clarity as to when the service will be launched. It is also focussing on ensuring that privacy of the users who are using this app are safeguarded and is going to bolster all the necessary locks to make a hack proof app says the survey notes.

Amazon has announced that the app will be safe and encrypted. This will be a problem if nobody you know uses the new Amazon messaging app.