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Amazon Allegedly Working on Messaging App for iOS and Android Called 'Anytime'

17 July 2017, 03:19 | Marlene Myers

Amazon Allegedly Working on Messaging App for iOS and Android Called 'Anytime'

Now Amazon eyes messaging app

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. Amazon is also promising privacy and security of your messages with the option to encrypt those portions that you'd prefer to keep private.

According to a news report from AFTV news, Amazon has started surveying customers to know what features are important for people. Well, as of now, there is no confirmation regarding this messaging app from the company.

US-based e-commerce company, Amazon is reportedly trying to launch a messaging service app, which could be an all-in-one feature service. That being the case, Amazon is seemingly trying to make Anytime a cross-platform app that can serve as a one-stop-shop for any and all types of social interactions.

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Amazon's personal assistant Alexa may also be integrated in some shape or form.

The app will offer even more decent UI and there will be no any phone number needed to sign up for this app. Users will be able to use this app just like Twitter handles. Moreover, a very important feature of it will be the ability to share photos and videos with your contacts. 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.

While Anytime hasn't been confirmed by Amazon, signs seem to point to the app being the real deal. Chatting will also work seamlessly across desktop, iPhone, and Android devices. Other services like playing games, sending photos with filters, food ordering, shopping, and interaction with business are also available with this app. As few months back it launched an App Chime, similar to Skype for video conferencing.

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