The Is A Mobile Messaging App For Sending Text, Voice, And Photos

846 WordsNov 12, 20154 Pages
Known in Chinese as Weixin, “micro message,” WeChat is a mobile messaging app for sending text, voice, and photos to friends and family. It was launched just 4 years ago by Chinese investment holding company Tencent, one of the largest internet companies in the world. As of earlier this year, WeChat had more than 500 million monthly active users among over one billion registered users, almost all of them in Asia. WeChat quickly gains popularity due to its features and appearance. It allows users to easily connect with family and friends by providing text messaging, video call, hold-to-talk voice messaging, group messaging, sharing of photographs and videos, and location sharing. Compared to some other duplicate apps such as WhatsApp, WeChat has more features that allow users get to know more friends via “Drift Bottle,” “Shake”, and “Look Around.” This app is free and is available on many phones, and it requires user to have it installed on a phone in order to use it. Below, we highlight nine of WeChat 's features that keep the user base strong. 1. Video Call. It allows users to make face-to-face video calls. The process is just like dialing your contact in your cell phone’s contact book. 2. Voice Message. It can simplify your chat messages. If you are spending hours drafting a long text message, think about sending a WeChat voice message instead. You just need to hold to talk. In such way, WeChat turns your smartphone into a walkie-talkie. You can use that feature under the
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