- Skype kept it’s ears open for user feedback and decided to release a version of the app for Android Wear. Microsoft smart watch owners aren’t going to have many functions to chose from, nevertheless users will be able to receive calls and send audio messages. In addition, notifications on new messages will pop up right on the display of the watch. Not many devices have made it to the shortlist that will début the feature. The lucky ones are LG Watch Urbane, Huawei Watch, Moto 360 and Asus ZenWatch.
AppMess News #23
- Firefox has been equipped with the possibility to provide its users with texting. The release of the classic texting feature manifests the desire of browser engineers not to limit themselves to video and audio calls. The use of this feature doesn’t require any extra registrations. All you need to do is invite a friend to a conversation by sending him or her the chat link. Keep in mind that this product’s beta version came out a year ago, but it never made it to the app stores.
- The hot and one-of-a-kind messaging app reTXT is now free. The update lets us download iOS and Android versions of the app at no cost at all. App developers gave users an alternative to standard mobile chats and it turned out to be a hit. It lets users edit and even delete sent messages. It also has the Clarification feature that allows us to shed light on an unclear phrase right in the chat.
- Telegram, the product of the Russian IT specialist Pavel Durov, is going to start making money. Responding to questions from the media, the entrepreneur said that the recently introduced bots will help the app make a profit from selling specific services and goods. Now any user can create his own bot. And, considering the imagination of sophisticated users and the amount of potentially promising ideas, the commission percentages won’t be that bad and a start on the road to monetization.
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