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17 July 2017, 05:47 | Deanna Wagner
According to a report by AFTV News the retail giant has begun surveying its customers about what features are most important to them
According to AFTV News, Amazon has begun surveying customers about the new messaging service to gauge which features are most important them. There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in with us for more details on the Anytimemessaging app from Amazon.
Will be "private and secure" by encrypting important messages, such as bank accounts.
Amazon has also confirmed that you will only need your name, and not your phone number for this chat service. The online retail giant has started to survey its customers regarding the messaging app's potential features, although it's not crystal clear what form the final application will take.
What do you think of this Amazon Anytime leak? After a lot of research, Amazon feels they have perfected the ideal messaging service and have confirmed it is almost ready.
It's not as if the tech world needs anothermessaging app, but that apparently won't stop Amazon from throwing their hat into the ring. The market has several apps that dominate the instant messaging and chat field, thus making it hard for a new entrant, even with backing from big names such as Google Allo. Of course, any messaging app will bring security issues.
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