Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Science | By Cecil Little

Amazon may be prepping new messaging app called Anytime

Amazon may be prepping new messaging app called Anytime

Amid the upsurging popularity of messaging apps, Amazon throws itself into the fray. They now host an online marketplace, a music streaming service, a video streaming service and super fast delivery services.

It seems that Amazon wants to dig its heels in messaging apps and have something of their own. That's especially important because the service will also allow users to chat with businesses, make reservations, and of course, since this is from Amazon, allow users to shop. Amazon is allegedly working on a new messaging platform called Anytime, with reports suggesting the company has already started surveying its customers about potential features., Inc. (AMZN) Testing A Messaging App Called Anytime
Amazon may be working on a new messaging service called 'Anytime'

The stand-alone messaging app also provides for tasks that can be done in groups, like playing games, listening to music, and ordering food.

Amazon has been putting its focus on messaging app that coordinates with its Alexa line of gadgets, and Anytime appears like the ideal administration to incorporate into the virtual aides.

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Reaching all friends and family using their name, without needing their phone numbers.

The number of messaging tools vying for attention is nothing short of bewildering, with everyone from Apple and Microsoft to Google and Facebook offering ways to communicate with other users of the same platforms.

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It is unclear if the service will have end-to-end encryption turned on by default, though according to the report, it will encrypt bank account details. Could Amazon really offer an effective service that could compete with the likes of Facebook? Amazon will take some time to make this app available for public. However, it's not at all surprising to hear that the company might be making a messaging app of its own.

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