So, it is no wonder that Amazon may now be working on having its own messaging app called 'Anytime'.
Amazon is reportedly working on a new Messaging app named with AnyTime to compete against the popular Messaging apps such as, Facebook Messenger, SnapChat, WeChat and more. AFTVnews reports that select customers have received surveys on the app, including details on its specific features. It will allow people to do a world of activities with just their username as identity.
Amazon is rumored to be planning on introducing its own messaging app. The subject recently gained momentum when WhatsApp announced to share user's data with Facebook for ad targeting. Also, it wants to know what its clients would like so that it can offer them the best experience possible from a messaging app. It is rumoured that an app called Anytime is in the works. Then there will also be the provision to send text and video messages though there will also be exciting filters as well that can spice up the otherwise often boring messages. These apart, there will be the option to play games as well, either in a standalone mode or with friends and family.
The app could come with GIFs, stickers and emojis support which is common in nearly every popular chat app.
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If at all Amazon decides to launch it in India, then I am sure it is going to have UPI integrated into its system.
There is also mention of options to chat with business. At this juncture, it's not clear on how the final product will shape up, but it's most likely that we will see a major integration with Amazon's other offerings including Alexa.
The leaked images show that Amazon describes Anytime as "everything you've always wanted in a messaging app - and a whole lot more!"