This Messaging App Might be Amazon's Next Big Project

Mandy Carr
July 17, 2017

It turns out that e-commerce giant Amazon has once again made a decision to rival social media platforms by introducing its very own messaging app.

The e-commerce giant Amazon is reportedly working on launching its very own messaging app dubbed as Anytime, according to a report from AFTV News. Amazon is also promising privacy and security of your messages with the option to encrypt those portions that you'd prefer to keep private. That means, Anytime will be allowed to link to existing social media platforms and messaging apps.

Now, it looks like Amazon could be venturing into the booming messaging space sometime soon. The service comes with numerous same communication features floated by AFTV News' source.

In its description, Anytime would do much of what we expect - such as messaging, calls and video calls - along with photo sharing, @ mentions and a few games thrown in as well.

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As it stands today, there are no shortage of ways for mobile users to chat with their friends, whether it be communicating via SMS or via standalone apps like Facebook Messenger and Snapchat. 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.

A news site named AFTVnews recently published images submitted by one of its readers that suggest Amazon is ready to launch a new service called "Anytime". Apps like Telegram and WhatsApp have toyed around with this particular idea, so it's no surprise that Amazon will take it up as well.

Engadget asked for a comment from Amazon about the accuracy of recent reports.

Amazon must also convince customers that its messaging app will be far better than WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger; otherwise, its fate will be like numerous other apps with small user bases.

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