Does the world need a new messaging app? Amazon seems to think so

July 17, 2017
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It’s not as if the tech world needs another messaging app, but that apparently won’t stop Amazon from throwing their hat into the ring. According to a new report from AFTVnews, Amazon has been busy working on a new messaging service dubbed Anytime that seems to toe the line between a traditional messaging app and a fledgling social network.

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