Amazon and WhatsApp might be signup

WhatsApp app users can now download the latest version of WhatsApp on their Android device and Apple devices which include an introduction of new features. The Facebook-owned messaging application now let’s its army of loyal users send files of any type on the app during chats. Before that, files that could be sent through the WhatsApp application were limited to regular PDF files, but document size is now only the limitation. WhatsApp application says file size of up to 100MB can now be sent through WhatsApp app which should simply be over for the average user.
Other new features of the app which include the capability to pin chats to the top of chat lists and various pictures can now be forwarded as much fast and removed all at once. Along with these new official upgrades of the app and it’s also thought that latest features could be introducing as soon which including the option to send and play the YouTube videos within the application. WhatsApp application is still the world’s most famous messaging application and these new features could come at an essential time as rumors are overflowing that it’s about to get few serious competition from the Amazon site.

The online retail service is thought to be planning an opposing messaging service which could reach on devices as soon as the end of this year. Instead, it will use the Amazon service account details to login and chat. The messaging market service is not a simple area to crack with the WhatsApp application, Facebook Messenger service, Google Allo service, and Apple’s Messages all having a loyal user base. However, one area where the Amazon service could beat its opposing is with an ad-free service. Facebook service- having previously made mobile phone users install the separate Messenger application to use the service and are set to begin by pushing adverts on them earlier. WhatsApp application is the only one which is out of Facebook’s four services that do not feature refer. Facebook service and Instagram feature already do and Facebook Messenger has started testing the water with in it.

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