A new report from AFTVnews points that the e-commerce giant Amazon is in the making of a new messaging app for iOS and Android!
The report states that the app is more focused towards the group communication and supports the usual messaging features like Audio, video support and stickers. Amazon says there will be another layer of encryption if the user wants to send more important messages.
The USP of “Anytime” from other messaging apps like Whatsapp is the use of usernames instead of mobile numbers! It is much like the Twitter handle where users can mention the other group members using the @ symbol. In fact, the app offers many more features like location sharing, bill sharing, and even food ordering!
Anytime by Amazon will apparently let you “reach all your friends just using their name” without needing their phone numbers. It’s unclear what that means exactly, but it could mean the app hooks into existing social networks and other messaging services.
We have already seen many messengers left unused even if it is from big giants like Google. Let’s wait and watch what “Anytime” got on the shelves.