Apple today showed previews of its FaceTime video chat, adding the ability to schedule calls with multiple attendees and making the software compatible with Android and Windows devices. For the first time, FaceTime calls will extend beyond Apple devices.
Retro Message Studio is bringing a new twist to mobile video messaging with the launch of Retro Message for iOS. With its vast collection of vintage films, Retro Message lets users send messages superimposed on vintage black-and-white movie clips
Infobip is supporting BT’s RCS launch through the development of a visual demo flow, which is being used to showcase key benefits of RCS Business Messaging to more business customers across the UK.
Telegram has rolled out a new update bringing Voice Chats – persistent conference calls that members can join and leave as they please, and more.
WhatsApp has implemented shopping carts for businesses, offering a new intuitive experience for users that allows companies to keep track of orders and increase their sales.
Google is rolling out end-to-end encryption for Android messages users, making it harder for anyone, including law enforcement, to read the content of messages.
Business Messages enables rich features such as carousels, cards, quick replies, photos, and more
Microsoft has added several new features, such as picture-in-picture support, natural language search, caller ID for voicemail messages, and more to Microsoft Teams for Android.
Telegram has rolled out a new update bringing multiple pinned messages in every chat, Live Locations 2.0, Playlists, and more.
LivePerson has integrated Instagram messaging into its Conversational Cloud platform, empowering brands to create meaningful messaging experiences with consumers on Instagram at scale.