Amazon's "Anytime Messaging App' Will Work With The AI"

James Marshall
July 17, 2017

Engadget asked for a comment from Amazon about the accuracy of recent reports. The Anytime app will supposedly allow people to communicate with each other without the need of phone numbers which is the primary criteria if you are using services like Whatsapp and Viber.

Amazon may be prepping a new messaging app called Anytime. 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. Users also could apply filters to photos and videos, send stickers and gifs to other users and play games - a set of features that basically just described Facebook Messenger among other messaging apps. Amazon also says that the app will support business chat, a feature being worked on by Facebook and Apple as well.

Whatsapp was one of the first messaging services to offer message encryption services. The messaging app will include versions for iOS, Android and the desktop, and will feature text messages and high quality talk and video chat.

Free "high-quality" voice and video calls. Users can also choose to have their messages encrypted so that sensitive data cannot be accessed externally. Echo speakers from Alexa Voice Services (AVS) are likely to be launched in India by the end of this year.

Rumors will be put to rest as soon as Amazon releases an official confirmation and beta of this app. Presently the company is running a survey before launching this app.

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