Amazon might be planning to launch a new messaging app called Anytime

Eloi Lecerf
Julho 17, 2017

The service will reportedly be called "Anytime" and will run on both smartphones and desktop computers. They now host an online marketplace, a music streaming service, a video streaming service and super fast delivery services. Now it looks like Amazon might be venturing into the messaging space with a new app called Anytime. Apparently, the app will enable users to chat with businesses for customer service and even for shopping.

AFTV news claims to have customer survey info revealing that Amazon is working on 'Anytime, ' a messaging app for Android and iOS platforms.

There will also be a feature for location sharing, simultaneous music listening, food ordering and bill split.Amazon says app will also support business chat.

Amazon also recently added voice calling and messaging features to its AI-powered Alexa virtual assistant devices.

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Messaging apps dominate the top charts of the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.

The biggest hurdle of any new messaging service is getting people to use it when no one they know is using it.

Nearly everyone who owns a smartphone uses one or more messaging apps to communicate not only with family and friends, but with businesses and services too. 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. Could Amazon really offer an effective service that could compete with the likes of Facebook? None of this has been officially confirmed by Amazon at this point in time. Presently the company is running a survey before launching this app. And Amazon hints that users will be able to reach their friends simply by using their first names.

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