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Posted by Damien Biddulph on Mon 24th Jul 2017

For those who don’t want to run back and forth across the parks to collect paper Fastpass tickets, Disneyland has launched a digital version of the system: Maxpass. For $10 a day (or $75 a year for those with an annual pass), guests with the Disneyland app can make Fastpass reservations on their phones and access PhotoPass downloads. Is it worth it? Touringplans.comconcludes that it’s not much different than getting regular Fastpasses, which are still available to all park guests.

Michelle Woo

Parenting editor, Lifehacker

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Posted by Damien Biddulph on Wed 19th Jul 2017

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If you're anything like the average American, you're going to spend the majority of your time working or doing related activities.

So having a workspace that makes you feel comfortable, in control, and relaxed is not only an important key to productivity but also to maintaining a high level of happiness.

Below are 11 things that will make your space more comfortable. Some of them are items we've already covered and love, like a tiny humidifierYETI mugportable Anker chargerStatus Audio headphones, and the Moleskine innovative smart writing set, and others are notable for rave reviews from other users.

If you're looking for a way to make your time at work more enjoyable or at the very least comfortable, you might be interested in introducing one of the following into your workspace.

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A plant that won't take over your desk

A plant that won't take over your desk

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There's ample research to suggest that nature makes us happier and even contributes to positive physical benefits. So any plant in your viewpoint for about eight hours of your day will likely contribute to a happier you. 

These mini planter pots are made out of ceramic materials and won't look either childish or overwhelming sitting on your desk. Succulents are a good choice for the workplace because they require little effort (ie. are unlikely to die over a long weekend), and don't have long climbing vines that will wind up bothering your neighbor.

It's nice to have some life to look at when you're indoors for the lion's share of your day, but you don't want to create extra work for yourself, either.

T4U 2.5 Inch Ceramic Flowing Glazed Succulent Plant Pot, $6.93

 

A tiny and silent humidifier

A tiny and silent humidifier

Amazon

This little guy has over 13,500 reviews on Amazon and a strong 4.6-star rating for a reason. Though it's pretty tiny, which is good for a crowded desk, this humidifier is exceptionally effective and versatile. It'll add moisture to the air and keep your skin from drying out and colds from developing.

If you don't want to decide what the whole office will smell like, you can use it as just a humidifier, and there's an easy measuring cup to use for refills so you don't have to unplug and uproot every time like other humidifiers. And in case you like as little noise as possible in order to concentrate, there's a whisper-quiet function that won't emit any noise.

If you'd like to know more, you can read our review here.

URPOWER Essential Oil Diffuser and Humidifier, $14.95

 

A coffee mug that will keep your drinks hot or cold for hours at a time

A coffee mug that will keep your drinks hot or cold for hours at a time

Yeti

There's nothing that can improve your mood quite like a consistently, dependably hot cup of coffee when you're working hard. Whether it's used for your commute to the office or at your desk, this coffee tumbler is made out of stainless steel and was engineered to survive the wild — which makes it perfect for the rougher mornings. I received one as a gift from a friend, and I use it religiously

YETI Rambler 20 oz Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Tumbler, $23.99 on Amazon and YETI 

A comfortable back pillow to support your spine

A comfortable back pillow to support your spine

Amazon

Sitting in an office chair day in and day out can result in back pain and poor posture—neither of which you likely want. This is an inexpensive but effective way to curtail the possibility of either happening. Getting a lumbar cushion like this Amazon bestseller will support your spine and improve your posture over time. If you don't love it, you're guaranteed a 100% reimbursement. 

Ziraki Memory Foam Lumbar Cushion, $15.96

 

A professional-looking desk organizer

A professional-looking desk organizer

Amazon

If you think de-cluttering your desk will free up some elbow and brain space, you're probably right. It's no secret that clutter can often be linked to anxiety. Having a place for your things and a cleaner workspace could help you feel (and look) more on top of things. 

KINGFOM Leather Office Desk Organizer, $33.99

A writing set that will digitize your handwritten notes

A writing set that will digitize your handwritten notes

Moleskine

If you've ever been in a meeting scribbling down notes and wishing you could have these digitally accessible later, without having to type them up, then this is probably one office hack you'll be interested in.

The Moleskine Smart Writing Set lets you hand-write your notes with a smartpen in a smart notebook and see them transferred in real time into an app on your phone, so you can easily email this week's notes around without wasting your time. The same thing goes for writing notes down on the train on the way to work.

It's particularly great for students or those of us who often have to participate in spaces where technology isn't allowed or just like the pure form of writing, but also the ease of technology. If you'd like to know more, my full review goes into further depth.

Moleskine Smart Writing Set, $199 on Amazon and Moleskine

 

A white noise app to drown out the office

A white noise app to drown out the office

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If you have trouble focusing in the office or you sit next to a window on a particularly busy street, the Noisli app is incredibly useful. Instead of listening to the sneezing of a coworker who's in a particularly tough battle with allergies, the Noisli app will provide you with some welcome white noise so you can get your work done. 

Noisli, $1.99

A portable phone charger

A portable phone charger

Amazon

For the meeting way, way downtown that you maybe need directions to or the commute home right after realizing you never charged your phone today, a portable phone charger like one of our favorites here will be a lifesaver. Do yourself a favor and completely cut out the concern of your phone or tablet dying when you need it and invest the $17 in a dependable external battery.

Anker Astro E1 5200mAh Ultra Compact Portable Charger, $17.99

 

A strong disinfectant

A strong disinfectant

Amazon

Again, for the meeting way, way downtown where you touched a million different handrails and things that another several million people touched on the way, or just to clean up your hands before touching your workspace after a commute, investing in some Purell is a great idea.

It's no secret anymore that your computer keyboard is up to five times more germ-ridden than a toilet seat. Sanitizers like this will help you cut down on the ones you come into contact with daily. 

Purell Advanced Aloe 8 oz, 2-Pack, $5.71

A laptop stand

A laptop stand

Amazon

This patented laptop stand is the #1 best seller on Amazon and has 4.8 stars after nearly 3,000 reviews. The fact that so many people rushed to review a laptop stand is confidence-boosting. What it does is raise your laptop screen height to eye level you so don't have to switch from a desktop to hunching over it every time you want to use it.

The tilt design will bring the screen closer and the aluminum panel will cool your laptop as it works. There are a few other useful features, but the main draw is having a stable, more ergonomic way of integrating your laptop into an office space. 

Rain Design mStand Laptop Stand, $41.90-$49.90 

 

Comfortable sound-isolating headphones

Comfortable sound-isolating headphones

Status Audio

Wearing over-ear headphones at the office has a few benefits, but one of the best is that it will keep the outside world out while isolating the music, podcast, or white noise app you're listening to. And unlike earbuds, people are more likely to recognize that you're in the zone. This pair made the list for headphones we wear every day and is considered the best workspace upgrade one Insider Picks reporter has made, even though they cost less than $100.

Status Audio CB-1 Studio Headphones, $79 on Amazon and Status Audio

A gel keyboard wrist pad

A gel keyboard wrist pad

Amazon

The repetitive stress of typing on a keyboard can result in the odd fatigue of your wrists, but this gel pad can help reduce the stress you put on your hands when you type. The cushioning is made for flexibility and the gel padding will make sure that the product you buy to make you more comfortable at work actually succeeds in doing exactly that. 

Belkin WaveRest Gel Wrist Pad for Keyboards, $8.99

A cable manager

A cable manager

Amazon

Keep your multiple wires from crossing or getting tangled with easy and inexpensive cable managers. These are sold in groups of six, and they'll hold wires up to 5/16" in diameter. They're easily mounted to your desk, the wall next to your desk, or any other flat surfaces with their permanent peel-and-stick backing. 

Bluelounge CableDrop Black, 6-Pack, $6.99

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Posted by Damien Biddulph on Tue 18th Jul 2017

Jeff BezosAmazon and Jeff Bezos delivered another blow to the much-malignedBlue Apron after filing a trademark application for meal kits.Mario Tama/Getty Images

The hits just keep on coming for Blue Apron.

After already suffering the indignity of trading below its offering price every day since its initial public offering 2 1/2 weeks ago, the meal-kit retailer now faces a new hurdle — and surprise, surprise, Amazon is once again the culprit.

The Jeff Bezos-led juggernaut filed a trademark application on July 6 for "prepared food kits," as reported by TheStreet.com's Laura Berman early Monday morning.

Blue Apron's stock sank 11% to $6.55 as of 2:16 p.m. ET. It now sits 35% below its IPO price of $10 a share.

It's just the latest Amazon-fueled hit absorbed by the flailing Blue Apron, which took a cleaver to its IPO range in the week before pricing following Amazon's $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods. Many potential investors identified the possibility of more competition in the food-delivery industry and ran the other way. As such, Blue Apron trimmed its IPO range to $10 to $11 a share, down from $15 to $17.

Blue Apron's current price, however, looks downright bullish compared with the $2-a-share price target it received from Northcoast Research, the first Wall Street firm to weigh in on the company.

While Blue Apron is perhaps the most extreme example, its plight highlights the unfortunate reality facing many companies in the retail industry: Amazon is coming, and there's nowhere to hide.

APRN stock priceBlue Apron has had a tough run since it priced its initial public offering.Markets Insider

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Posted by Damien Biddulph on Tue 18th Jul 2017

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After missing subscriber growth targets last quarter, Netflix soared past them in Q2, both on the domestic and international fronts.

Netflix added a whopping 5.2 million total subscribers, versus the company forecast of 3.2 million. Netflix's Q2 revenue and EPS were roughly in line with what Wall Street was expecting.

Netflix rose 8% in the immediate aftermath of its earnings report, hitting an all-time high in after-hours trading.

What caused Netflix's growth to surge? 

"In Q2, we underestimated the popularity of our strong slate of content which led to higher-than-expected acquisition across all major territories," Netflix wrote in its earnings letter.

 

 

And the party will keep going in Q3, according to Netflix.

Netflix said that is "assumes much of this momentum" in subscriber growth will continue going forward, which is great news for investors, as some on Wall Street were bracing for weak guidance. Q3 will also have a favorable comparison to last year for Netflix, when Q3 saw Netflix's price increase — dubbed "un-grandfathering" — hurt its subscriber growth. 

Here are the key numbers:

  • Q2 EPS (GAAP): $0.15 per share versus Wall Street expectations of $0.16.
  • Q2 revenue: $2.785 billion, up 32.3% year-over-year, and compared to Wall Street forecasts of $2.76 billion.
  • Q2 US subscriber growth (net additions): 1.07 million versus Wall Street expectations of 633,000, and Netflix guidance of 600,000.
  • Q2 international subscriber growth (net additions): 4.14 million versus Wall Street expectations and Netflix guidance of 2.6 million.
  • Q3 revenue forecast: $2.969 billion.
  • Q3 US subscriber growth forecasts (net additions): 0.75 million.
  • Q3 international subscriber growth forecasts (net additions): 3.65 million.
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Posted by Damien Biddulph on Tue 18th Jul 2017

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Tesla stunned the world last March when it introduced its Model 3 electric car, the company's first affordable vehicle that will finally go into production this year.

 

Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who shared the first images of the final production version of the Model 3 on Twitter last week, says the first 30 Model 3 customers will receive their cars at a party on July 28. Tesla will reportedly produce around 100 cars in August, more than 1,500 cars in September, and then roughly 20,000 by the end of December.

Shortly after the car was unveiled, Motor Trend got a chance to see the new Model 3 up close and shared its experiences on YouTube. Understanding some of the thought that went into its design choices might make you appreciate the Model 3 even more.

Here are the nine signature features of Tesla's Model 3:

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1. The first feature should make anyone excited: Tesla's Model 3 starts $35,000, and that's before federal tax exemptions.

1. The first feature should make anyone excited: Tesla's Model 3 starts $35,000, and that's before federal tax exemptions.

Tesla's next most affordable car is the Tesla Model S, which starts at double the price of the Model 3: roughly $70,000.Tesla

2. The Model 3 is a nimble electric car: It can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just six seconds.

2. The Model 3 is a nimble electric car: It can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just six seconds.

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3. The Model 3 has a starting range of 215 miles, which should accommodate most people's commutes.

3. The Model 3 has a starting range of 215 miles, which should accommodate most people's commutes.

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the more expensive versions of the Model 3 will accelerate faster and achieve longer range.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the more expensive versions of the Model 3 will accelerate faster and achieve longer range.

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4. It looks gorgeous. The nose of the car is aerodynamic to maximize efficiency. There’s no fake grille or openings that don’t do anything. It's a totally clean look.

4. It looks gorgeous. The nose of the car is aerodynamic to maximize efficiency. There?s no fake grille or openings that don?t do anything. It's a totally clean look.

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The beauty of the car extends to the roof as well. There are two beams on top of the car but most of the glass roof features one continuous slope.

The beauty of the car extends to the roof as well. There are two beams on top of the car but most of the glass roof features one continuous slope.

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5. It's smaller than the Model S, but it's still roomy. The Model 3 seats up to five people and can fit a 7-foot surfboard. I don't even own a surfboard and I'm excited about this fact.

5. It's smaller than the Model S, but it's still roomy. The Model 3 seats up to five people and can fit a 7-foot surfboard. I don't even own a surfboard and I'm excited about this fact.

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The back seats are elevated a bit due to the car's battery. To compensate, Tesla designed the roof of the car to be thinner towards the back so there's enough room for passengers while still maintaining that beautiful curve.

The back seats are elevated a bit due to the car's battery. To compensate, Tesla designed the roof of the car to be thinner towards the back so there's enough room for passengers while still maintaining that beautiful curve.

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It’s roomy enough to accommodate child seats.

It?s roomy enough to accommodate child seats.

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6. The trunk is also bigger than it looks. Its hinges are actually pretty high up on the rear of the car so when you open the trunk it lifts up and out of the way.

6. The trunk is also bigger than it looks. Its hinges are actually pretty high up on the rear of the car so when you open the trunk it lifts up and out of the way.

YouTube/Motor Trend

 

7. Tesla designed a new door handle for the Model 3. It stays flush with the doors but when you push in the metal it’ll pop out and you can use the handle normally.

 

 

 

8. The Model 3 comes with a 15-inch touchscreen display that provides information, entertainment, and navigation.

8. The Model 3 comes with a 15-inch touchscreen display that provides information, entertainment, and navigation.

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9. The Tesla Model 3 will be one of the first major cars to ditch the instrument cluster, that separate console in front of the driver that gives information like gas and speed. It's all right on the touchscreen display.

9. The Tesla Model 3 will be one of the first major cars to ditch the instrument cluster, that separate console in front of the driver that gives information like gas and speed. It's all right on the touchscreen display.

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As for other specs, the Model 3 comes with supercharging and Autopilot standard, but you'll have to pay extra for Autopilot's "convenience features," Musk previously told Business Insider.

As for other specs, the Model 3 comes with supercharging and Autopilot standard, but you'll have to pay extra for Autopilot's "convenience features," <a href="http://www.businessinsider.com/every-tesla-model-3-comes-with-autopilot-2016-4"target="_blank">Musk previously told Business Insider</a>.

Tesla

The first Model 3 just rolled off the production line last week. Tesla will begin shipping the car to the first pre-order customers over the next several months. Deliveries for new orders are scheduled to ship in 2018.

The first Model 3 just rolled off the production line last week. Tesla will begin shipping the car to the first pre-order customers over the next several months. Deliveries for new orders are scheduled to ship in 2018.

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Posted by Damien Biddulph on Mon 17th Jul 2017

Symantec report reveals over half of consumers happy to exchange details with unknown networks

Users still unaware of public WiFi risks

Report states that 53 per cent of consumers can't distinguish between secure or unsecure public WiFi

More than half of internet users are happy to share personal information with public, unsecured WiFi networks.

According to a report from Symantec, consumer demand for strong, free WiFi is overriding security concerns, with 87 per cent potentially putting their information at risk while using public networks.  

The report, which surveyed more than 15,000 consumers in 15 countries, shows that 65 per cent of Britons feel safe when using public WiFi, despite being somewhat aware of security risks. In fact, one in twelve admit to viewing adult content via public networks, with one in six doing so worldwide.

 

"There is a deep divide between what people think is safe or private when using public WiFi versus the reality," says Nick Shaw, vice president and general manager at Norton by Symantec.

"What someone thinks is private on their personal device can easily be accessed by hackers through unsecure WiFi networks or even apps with privacy vulnerabilities."

Consumers are keen to access public WiFi when travelling, despite the EU's recent abolition of data roaming charges. Strong signal is a deciding factor when booking hotels and holiday rentals, according to 71 per cent of respondents. Almost half of people rely on public WiFi when using GPS apps to get around.

Despite the public's overall indifference towards these issues, the fear of exposure remains. Twenty-nine per cent of Brits have viewed banking or financial information over public WiFi, yet 52 per cent of Brits said they would be "horrified" if this information was posted online. About one-third (30 per cent) said they would pay to prevent personal information being exposed to their employer.

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Posted by Damien Biddulph on Mon 17th Jul 2017

Always. Check. The. Small. Print

Clause in free WiFi contract obliges thousands to spend 1,000 hours cleaning music festival toilets

Want free WiFi? Check the small print very carefully...

More than 20,000 people might be obligated to spend the best part of three months cleaning toilets after failing to read the small print in the terms and conditions of the free WiFi service they signed up for. 

The Ts and Cs were were part of a prank pulled by a Manchester-based WiFi company called Purple, which theoretically obligates everyone who signed-up for the free WiFi service to clean the toilets at music festivals, among other things, in return for their WiFi usage. 

"Cleaning festival loos, hugging stray cats and dogs, and scraping chewing gum off the streets are just some of the uninviting tasks people have agreed to in exchange for free WiFi. And we aren't just talking about a few hundred unfortunate individuals.

"Over 22,000 people have openly agreed to carry out 1,000 hours of community service after we added the spoof clause into our terms and conditions over a two-week period," blogged the company.

It continued: "A 'Community Service Clause' was added to our usual terms and stated: The user may be required, at Purple's discretion, to carry out 1,000 hours of community service."

A list of possible roles was listed, but it seems that very few of the users, if any, got that far down the list of terms and conditions.

The good news is that Purple is unlikely to try and enforce the contract, but the company does argue that people should learn a lesson from the experience.

Gavin Wheeldon, CEO of Purple, said: "WiFi users need to read terms when they sign-up to access a network. What are they agreeing to, how much data are they sharing, and what licence are they giving to providers?

"Our experiment shows it's all too easy to tick a box and consent to something unfair." 

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Posted by Damien Biddulph on Mon 17th Jul 2017

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Google has made a major post-Brexit investment in the UK, opening its first cloud data centres in London.

The company wouldn't confirm where exactly its data centres are located, or whether they were leased or built by Google.

Google has spent $30 billion (£23 billion) in expanding Google Cloud to date, but doesn't break out regional spend.

This is Google's second batch of cloud data centres in the EU after Belgium, with three "availability zones" in London. The upshot for UK firms using Google Cloud is reduced latency and better customer service. Google promised round-trip latency reductions for UK customers of between 40% and 82%, versus its Belgium region.

Google's global president for cloud customers, Tariq Shaukat, told Business Insider that Brexit had little impact on the company's timeframe. "The decision pre-dates Brexit," he said. But the company will continue its investment by hiring more UK staff in marketing and sales for Google Cloud.

Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Karen Bradley said the investment was "a vote of confidence in the UK economy."

She added: "We want digital businesses to be able to operate here, taking advantage of the opportunities a global Britain has as we leave the EU."

Google is rapidly expanding its cloud business to try and catch up with its bigger competitors: Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft's Azure. According to fourth quarter statistics, Amazon accounted for 40% of the global cloud computing market. Google's parent, Alphabet, held 6% of the market.

Cloud is a growing part of Google's business too. While the company doesn't break out revenues, cloud accounted for much of Google's growth in its "other revenues" segment in the first year, up 50% year on year in the three months to March 31.

Shaukat told Business Insider that Google would set itself apart with its reliability. A massive AWS outage in February took out some of the biggest sites on the web, including Quora and Business Insider.

He said the company was considered "best in class" at making sure infrastructure "stays up and running." Google Cloud also has a dedicated service, customer reliability engineering, that focuses on helping companies architect their applications to boost reliability. "That's something others are not able to do or are doing today," Shaukat said.

He promised Google Cloud would be compliant with the incoming EU General Data Protection Regulation by the time it's implemented next year.

Some British companies already using Google Cloud include fintech app Revolut, The Telegraph, and hosting firm WP Engine.

Amazon Web Services opened its own London region at the end of last yearMicrosoft opened a UK data centre region in 2015.  This is Google's tenth region globally, and the company plans to add data centres in Frankfurt, the Netherlands, and Finland.

Disclosure: Jeff Bezos is an investor in Business Insider through his personal investment company Bezos Expeditions.

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Posted by Damien Biddulph on Mon 17th Jul 2017

HP is once again the undisputed king of the PC market.

IDC and Gartner, the two leading tech market research firms, both agree the California-based manufacturer now holds the top spot in the market share rankings. They only disagree about when it took the lead from Lenovo; Gartner says it just happened in the second quarter, while IDC says HP took the lead in the first quarter.

Regardless, HP can rightfully tout that it’s one of the few PC makers that's actually growing, as the chart below, which is based on Gartner's data and was put together for us by Statista, indicates.

But that may be a something of a hollow and potentially short-term victory. Worldwide PC shipments totaled 61.1 million this past quarter, Gartner said, a year-over-year decline that continues a years-long slump for the traditional PC market.

Both Gartner and IDC attributed the decline in part to component shortages, but the longer-term concerns for PCs remain. Most notably, tablets and smartphones are increasingly powerful, which has made it less necessary to buy a traditional computer.

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Posted by Damien Biddulph on Mon 17th Jul 2017

Messaging apps dominate the top charts of the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. Despite there being dozens of different apps in the category, many of them have managed to garner millions of users. It appears as though Amazon wants a piece of the action and is working on their own stand-alone messaging app called Anytime.

Amazon has begun surveying customers about a new messaging service to gauge which features are most important to users. It’s unclear how far along the new service is, but one customer said the survey seemed to imply it was a ready product.

Based on the images I’ve been provided, Anytime by Amazon seems to be an all-in-one feature rich service that could even rival social networks. The focus seems to be messaging, including voice and video calls, but there’s also mention of photo sharing with @mentions, as well as filters for photos and video with “special effects and masks.” Anytime will also provide tasks that can be done in groups, like playing games, listening to music, and ordering food.

The service claims to keep chats private and allows users to “encrypt important messages like bank account details.” That’s especially important because the service will also allow users to chat with businesses, make reservations, and of course, since this is from Amazon, allow users to shop.

The biggest hurdle of any new messaging service is getting people to use it when no one they know is using it. Anytime by Amazon will apparently let you “reach all your friends just using their name” without needing their phone numbers. It’s unclear what that means exactly, but it could mean the app hooks into existing social networks and other messaging services.

Amazon announced Chime earlier this year, which is a communication service for enterprise users. This new Anytime messaging service could use the same backend and technology as Chime, but for regular consumers.

Amazon also launched messaging and calling features for Alexa devices recently, which turned their Alexa app into a rival to services like Skype, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messenger overnight. With the Alexa app being primarily a companion to Amazon’s Echo hardware and voice assistant, it would make sense for Amazon to branch out the Alexa app’s messaging capabilities into a separate app, if they plan to incorporate additional features found on other messaging platforms.

As is to be expected, Anytime by Amazon would work across both desktop and mobile devices, including both Android and iPhone. There’s no indication how far along the service is or when we could expect it to launch.

Source: aftvnews.com
 
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