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chat app

A chat app refers to a text or video messaging application. See text messaging and video chat.
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This means that Viber might be planning on further expanding its e-commerce plans for the chat app.
Having used Nexmo's Chat App API to communicate with passengers on WeChat via its Salesforce Service Cloud portal, KLM is now using the same API to communicate with passengers on Facebook Messenger.
Facebook messaging is already active on Microsoft's OS for mobiles, however, the latest chat app would offer more features including 'stickers.'
Google's decision to disable end-to-end encryption by default in its new #Allo chat app is dangerous, and makes it unsafe.
Enterprise communication cannot thrive on WhatsApp, Hike or similar private chat apps. There are scalability and control issues.
Facebook's new group video chat app is said to have the working name Bonfire, according to (https://www.theverge.com/2017/7/5/15916850/facebook-houseparty-clone-bonfire-group-video-chat) The Verge , who broke the news yesterday.
These games are a great example of how to use screen real estate in a chat app. By using half the screen, the Disney Mix chat app beautifully brings out its interactive elements.
MediaBrix has formed a strategic partnership with chat app Kik, as one of the first monetization partners with the shared goal of ensuring premium user interaction, receptivity and choice, the company said.
30 ( ANI ): Facebook has reportedly released a latest version of its Messenger app for iOS and Android which looks more like any other chat app than something specific from the social media giant.
The popular international chat app WhatsApp is currently down and experiencing connection problems, according to user and social media reports on the outage. 
With iOne language chat app users can break the barrier of language and communicate with people all around the globe.
Waterloo-based Kik Interactive said it has closed a USD50 million strategic investment by Tencent, a leading provider of internet services in China and creator of the chat app Weixin (WeChat).