Customers of Amazon will soon benefit from a new tool to communicate with each other in addition to the Chime videoconferencing. The Seattle company has started a little research to get some feedback from users and it seems that these have objected more than interested in the idea of an app messaging. The software should be called Anytime and it was the same e-commerce giant to reveal the main features, which are obviously based on the suggestions given by the potential users.
Anytime first does not require the phone number but only to hold an Amazon account. This is the main difference from services like WhatsApp, which now allows you to share any type of files regardless of format. Each conversation will be encrypted to protect your privacy and your data from possible hacking attempts. The app will also offer all the classic customization tools of chat as GIFs, emoji, stickers, masks and special effects. Anytime also integrate various types of games, voice and video calls, and to mention a single contact through the use of the @. Users can also share your location, change colors and backgrounds of conversations and nickname, listen to music and interact with third-party companies. Amazon, which is working on the second speaker Echo version, of course it’s going to put at the center of the service the ability to purchase products online with a few clicks and audio streaming.