Who cares about the number of SMS messages that are included in a phone plan anymore? Adweek predicts global messaging apps like We Chat, Line, Kik, and Viber are “beginning to quietly capture the attention of brand marketers via sponsored stickers and chat bots reaching millions of millennials and teens“.Most of these mobile messaging apps have similar features, but each offer different ways in which businesses can engage with users on these platforms.Top messaging apps have evolved into mini-platforms, incorporating a wide set of features like web browsing, photo sharing, shopping, video, purchasing and on-demand communication.It’s no surprise that messaging apps are popular as they are a cost effective way to send messages and media in real-time from sender to receiver on a mobile device.in the fast-growing arena.” Chatbots could provide information to a person without them having to exit the app to search for answers.Apple, as per usual, has not released any plans, but you have to think that Cupertino is noticing the rise of messaging apps on i OS as well as Google Play …So we are just going to have to see what happens," Trump was quoted as saying.
And I am not necessarily sure that Israel is looking to make peace.The Trump White House has been less publicly critical of Israel's settlement building than previous administrations."The settlements are something that very much complicates and always have complicated making peace, so I think Israel has to be very careful with the settlements," he said.The rise of messaging apps has been a closely watched vertical over the past year.
Sophisticated functionality in messaging apps have been a core part of the most popular social apps in Asia for a while.
and thinking about how Siri could be a very useful AI-light bot helping both people and companies.