Skip to main content

Paytm launched Messaging feature as it plans to take on whatsapp

Paytm brings messaging features as it plans to take on WhatsApp

Paytm on Thursday confirmed the launch of their messaging service and announced ‘Inbox’, an in-app message service that will allow users to chat, send and request money to friends and family.

Paytm  , India's top digital wallet and payment service, has introduced a chat feature to enhance its appeal between a fast-rival market.

The new 'Inbox' feature, which was first introduced in August, is initially available on Android, which claims 200 million users of Paytm and not iOS. This allows users to share messages and photos, such as other chat apps, but it also includes a peer-to-peer money transfer feature and access games, which is another vertical expanded in Paytm.

Paytm, which is backed by Alibaba and Softbank with others, is compelled to give an advantage against sending messages to India with social features in India, which will start its own payment facilities on its territory. Are constantly encroaching.

Hike, supported by Tenant, added a mobile wallet feature this year, which is what Whatsapp - which is counted as India's largest market - is ready to start trading payments in India   wechat China's top app, its app - which you have guessed - includes payment and wallet features

"We have realized that in addition to paying, our users and business people also like to communicate with each other," said Patiala's Senior Vice President Deepak Abbott in a statement, "Social Messaging, Commerce and Payments One needed."

In a loose approval for Whatsapp, Paytm  stressed that the word going in the inbox has been launched with the option of memorizing messages. This is a feature that last week's Facebook-owned WhatsAppSpace was finally implemented, but it would take some time for more than one billion users to roll


Popular posts from this blog

How to link Aadhaar with mobile SIM using OTP

Xiaomi Redmi Y1 launched see price and avaliability

एचटेट की ऑनलाइन आवेदन प्रक्रिया एक नवंबर से शुरू