WeChat has added a new group video calling feature to its mobile apps on Android and iOS. The latest update will allow you to make free video calls with upto 9 users using the mobile apps.
WeChat has announced a new channel called as WeRun that is about act as your fitness tracker. The new channel will be able to know exactly how many steps you have taken every day.
WeChat is giving away free recharge upto Rs 60 and in return asking user to send stickers on group chats. Dubbed as the ‘Friends n Rewards’ , the initiative will help the instant messaging platform increase user engagement on its platform.
WeChat has introduced a new feature that lets you recall last message sent via its mobile apps on Android and iPhone. Messages can be unsend within two minutes after there are sent.
WeChat has updated its Android app with a new feature that will translate messages. Users simply have to long-press on a message and tap the arrow icon on the right-hand side to activate the tool.
LINE messenger which entered India last year has been aggressively trying to capture the market with various tie-ups and offers. Today, the popular Japanese platform has unveiled Sticons which is a merger of stickers and emoticons. Sticons can be used in text messages in the same way as emoticons, but they can also be used like stickers as large, individual images.
BBM for iPhone is here! Yes, for real. Here are some screenshots of BBM or BlackBerry Messenger running on an Apple iPhone 5 with iOS7. BlackBerry announced few months back that it was bringing the BlackBerry Messenger service to iOS and Android and has kept its promise. The app is a free 30MB download which has gone live on the New Zealand iTunes app store as of now. It would be going live on the Indian App Store later today and will be available worldwide. You can either use your existing BlackBerryID (If you were using a BlackBerry device in the past) or create a new one. You need to verify the associated email account to get things working. Continue reading “BBM for iPhone Screenshots”
WeChat, the Instant messenger application from the grand orient, has its aim squarely at Whatsapp for ubiquity in platforms. In that direction, it has announced the availability of the IM app for Nokia’s Asha range of devices. The IM app, which works fairly similar to Whatsapp in terms of functionality, is available for download over the Nokia Store.
Tencent, the largest internet company in Asia Pacific and the 3rd largest in the world has launched the WeChat – a free mobile voice and text messaging application in India. This cross platform messaging app also includes, photo/video sharing, location sharing, and contact information exchange and more. Continue reading “WeChat voice and text messaging app launched for iPhone, Android, Windows Phone and Symbian”