WeChat, as the messaging and payments tool which brings some convenient to our life, but also brings some trouble if you not care more. Singapore Police Force (SPF) has announced that it had received multiple reports where victims were cheated of monies by scammers operating on WeChat, stating that more than S$70,000 was lost by victims in these cases. Continue reading “[News]$70, 000 Lost to Add the Scammers on WeChat”
Lithium Technologies today announced support for SMS and WeChat, empowering businesses to manage millions of 1:1 conversations with customers across the globe. Building on existing support for other channels– including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, RSS, Google+ and Lithium Online Communities– these new capabilities within Lithium’s social media management product ensure brands can connect with and provide awesome, cohesive experiences to customers at the right time, in the right digital moment. Continue reading “[News]Lithium Adds Support for SMS and WeChat, Powering Millions of Conversations Across Digital Channels”
This week, the Microsoft co-founder and multibillionaire philanthropist Bill Gates is join WeChat to reach an even bigger audience.
The billionaire posted a 30-second video on his official account “gatesnotes” with a short sentence in Chinese welcoming viewers and describing in English the channel’s focus, which Gates said will act as a personal blog with posts about the books he is reading and other thoughts. The video has accumulated more than 100,000 views and 23,300 likes as of February 15. Continue reading “[News]Bill Gates Joins China’s Popular App WeChat”
On Friday, it was revealed that Starbucks had established a Valentine’s Day partnership with Tencent, the company behind the popular messaging app WeChat. With this new collaboration, Chinese WeChat users will be able to gift a cup of joe via text, which is named “Say it with Starbucks.” That’s a play on words, since the phrase in Chinese sounds similar to “say it with your heart.” Continue reading “[News]WeChat Allows Users to Gift Starbucks Coffee to Friends in China”
Giving Red Pocket is the traditional Chinese custom of Chinese New Year. Three years ago, Alibaba and Tencent launched virtual Red Pocket in a bid to attract customers to their online mobile payment platforms.
But, this year, Tencent’s WeChat and Alibaba’s Aliplay have upped the ante with the introduction of AR Red Pocket, in the style of Pokémon Go. Continue reading “[News]WeChat and AliPay Released Red Pocket for Chinese New Year”
German fashion brand Hugo Boss recently launched a whimsical holiday campaign introducing a set of quirky new brand ambassadors, the “Bossbots.” The “Your Time to Shine” WeChat campaign plunged users into a virtual reality experience designed to highlight the Hugo Boss holiday collection, collect valuable user data, and identify the most influential users on the official account by observing sharing trends. Continue reading “[News]Hugo Boss Launches WeChat Virtual Shopping Experience”
According to the news of Yibada, Tencent, the creator of WeChat, announced recently that they have started developing another service to support the famous messenger app. This service is called Xiaochengxu.
It provides tools for businesses to build sub-apps within WeChat. Users can now make services simpler to use without leaving the messenger.
The new WeChat app becomes an operating system because users would not need to leave to use other mobile apps. Continue reading “Tencent Creates a New App Service to Support WeChat”
According to the Guardian reports, the famous emoji rabbit in WeChat will get its own movie.
Tuzki, the animated emoji rabbit, it to be made into a blockbuster cartoon movie by the team behind Warcraft. The film, to be released in 2018, is one of 20 projects in production from Tencent Pictures, the studio wing of the tech giant which owns WeChat.
Continue reading “[News]WeChat Rabbit will Start in Its Own Movie”