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  79. WeChat Pay is a service incorporated into WeChat, which allows users to perform and send money between contacts. You can install them on your phone, computer, or tablet, and they are available for iOS or Android. Obviously you have to download and install Google Translate on your device.
  81. Beginning then, WeChat blocks Android emulators and accounts that have signed in from emulators may be frozen. It will, however, give you a good idea of what the person is saying.
  83. How to use QQ and WeChat in China - Moreover, some features — such as the ability to see other users' Q-zones and their profile pages — appear and disappear with each new upgrade of QQ International.
  85. Not to be confused with. It was first released in 2011, and by 2018 it was one of the world's largest standalone mobile apps by , with over 1 billion monthly active users 902 million daily active users. In addition to China, it is also the most popular messaging app in. WeChat WeChat Running on Initial release 21 January 2011 ; 7 years ago 2011-01-21 as Weixin iOS 6. In the 2018 annual shareholders meeting, identified WeChat as one of the few potential competitors to , and. WeChat began as a project at Tencent Guangzhou Research and Project center in October 2010. The government has actively supported the development of the e-commerce market in China—for example in the 12th 2011—2015. WeChat had over 889 million in 2016, 90 percent of whom were in China. For comparison, and two other competitive international messaging services better known in the West had about a billion Monthly Active Users in 2016 but did not offer most of the other services available on WeChat. Messaging WeChat provides text messaging, hold-to-talk voice messaging, one-to-many messaging, video calls and conferencing, video games, sharing of photographs and videos, and location sharing. It can exchange contacts with people nearby via , as well as providing various features for contacting people at random if desired if people are open to it. It can also integrate with other such as and. Photographs may also be embellished with and captions, and an service is available. WeChat supports different instant messaging methods, including text message, voice message, walkie talkie and stickers. Users can send previously saved or live pictures and videos, namecards of other users, coupons, lucky money packages, or current GPS locations with friends either individually or in a group chat. WeChat's character stickers, such as , resemble and compete with those of , a Japanese messaging application. Official accounts WeChat users can register as an official account, which enables them to push feeds to subscribers, interact with subscribers and provide them with services. There are three types of official accounts: a service account, a subscription account and an enterprise account. Once users as individuals or organizations set up a type of account, they cannot change it to another type. By the end of 2014, the number of WeChat official accounts had reached 8 million. Official accounts can be used as a platform for services such as hospital pre-registrations, visa renewal or credit card service. Subscription accounts WeChat subscription account is the basic type of account, allowing push content and notification updates for subscribed followers displayed in the subscription area. These accounts do not support WeChat payment service. Service accounts The service account is for businesses or organizations to access more advanced features on WeChat. It offers more APIs than subscription accounts, and companies and organizations can create their own applications based on WeChat APIs. Users can see the information when viewing their messaging page. Service account support WeChat payment service. In 2017 WeChat had a policy of a maximum of two advertisements per day per Moments user. Privacy in WeChat works by groups of friends - only the friends from the user's contact are able to view their Moments' contents and comments. The friends of the user will only be able to see the likes and comments from other users only if they are in a mutual friends group. For example, friends from high school are not able to see the comments and likes from friends from university. When users post their moments, they can separate their friends into a few groups, and they can decide whether this Moment can be seen by particular groups of people. WeChat Pay payment services In China, users who have provided bank account information may use the app to pay bills, order goods and services, transfer money to other users, and pay in stores if the stores have WeChat payment option. Users can link their Chinese bank accounts, as well as , and. WeChat Pay is a service incorporated into WeChat, which allows users to perform and send money between contacts. Although users receive immediate notification of the transaction, the WeChat Pay system is not an instrument, because the funds transfer between counterparties is not immediate. The settlement time depends on the payment method chosen by the customer. Every WeChat user has their own WeChat Payment account. Users can acquire a balance by linking their WeChat account to their debit card, or by receiving money from other users. Users who link their credit card can only make payments to vendors, and cannot use this to top up WeChat balance. WeChat Pay can be used for digital payments, as well as payments from participating vendors. As of March 2016, WeChat Pay had over 300 million users. In 2014 for , WeChat introduced a feature for distributing virtual , modelled after the Chinese tradition of exchanging packets of money among friends and family members during holidays. The feature allows users to send money to contacts and groups as gifts. The feature was launched through a promotion during 's heavily watched , where viewers were instructed to shake their phones during the broadcast for a chance to win sponsored cash prizes from red envelopes. The red envelope feature significantly increased the adoption of WeChat Pay. A month after its launch, WeChat Pay's user base expanded from 30 million to 100 million users, and 20 million red envelopes were distributed during the New Year holiday. In 2016, WeChat started a service charge if users transferred cash from their WeChat wallet to their debit cards. On March 1, WeChat payment stopped collecting fees for the transfer function. Starting from the same day, fees will be charged for withdrawals. Further withdrawals of more than 1,000 Yuan were charged a 0. Other payment functions including red envelopes and transfers were still free. WeChat Pay's main competitor in China and the market leader in online payments was Alibaba Group's. The success prompted Alibaba to launch its own version of virtual red envelopes in its competing Laiwang service. Other competitors, Wallet and , also launched similar features. In 2017 Tencent reported that WeChat had overtaken Alibaba with 600 million active WeChat mobile payment users versus 450 million for Alibaba's Alipay. However Alibaba had a 54 per cent share of the Chinese mobile online payments market in 2017 compared to WeChat's 37 per cent share. Transactions are carried out with. City Services In 2015 WeChat launched the City Services feature in 27 cities across China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen. City Services included booking doctor appointments, paying electricity fees or traffic fines, and booking transportation. Heat Map In 2015, WeChat offered a heat map feature that showed crowd density. Enterprise WeChat For work purposes, companies and business communication, a special version of WeChat called Enterprise WeChat or Qiye Weixin was launched in 2016. The app was meant to help employees separate work from private life. In addition to the usual chat features, the program let companies and their employees keep track of annual leave days and expenses that need to be reimbursed, employees could ask for time off or clock in to show they were at work. Business owners can create mini apps in the WeChat system, implemented using plus a proprietary. Users may install these inside the WeChat app. In January 2018, WeChat announced a record of 580,000 mini-programs. With one Mini Program, consumers could scan the Quick Response code using their mobile phone at a supermarket counter and pay the bill through the user's WeChat mobile wallet. WeChat Index In March 2017, Tencent released WeChat Index. By inserting a search term in the WeChat Index page, users could check the popularity of this term in past 7, 30, or 90 days. The data were mined from data in official WeChat accounts and metrics such as social sharing, likes and reads were used in the evaluation. News Feed and Search In May 2017 started news feed and search functions for its WeChat app. WeChat Out In January 2016, Tencent launched WeChat Out, a service allowing users to call mobile phones and landlines around the world. The feature allowed purchasing credit within the app using a credit card. WeChat Out was originally only available in the United States, India, and Hong Kong, but later coverage was expanded to Thailand, Macau, Laos, and Italy. Services under development in 2017 In 2017, WeChat was reported to be developing an platform as part of its service offering. Its team was working on a 3D rendering engine to create realistic appearance of detailed objects in smartphone-based AR apps. They were also developing a technology, which would help calculate the position of virtual objects relative to their environment, enabling AR interactions without the need for markers, such as Quick Response codes or special images. Many campaigns were launched to attract new users and retain existing ones since 2011. In 2013, Wechat announced a partnership with Malaysian tea company. The campaign created value with the digital marketing, by relating products and customers together. Users appreciated this campaign because it witnessed their growth along happiness and sadness. The photos were taken down each night. WeChat has been used by Chinese companies as part of a social media digital marketing strategy, to share information and boost their brands. WeChat paid advertising Tencent tested paid advertising on 2015, January. Companies were required to have a Chinese business license and Chinese bank account in order to use the advertising services. Types of advertising on WeChat WeChat Moments ads These are advertisements that are displayed in user's Moments. WeChat Moments Ads can include a brand name, profile, short description, a maximum of 6 pictures or a 6- to 15-second short video , and a link to a webpage hosted on Tencent's server. Moments ads are like regular Moments post but with a sponsored tag. Users can interact with the ads: they can like and comment on the post. The price of WeChat Moment advertisement depends on where and when this ad will be displayed. High service and low cost Compared with Facebook and other social media, WeChat allowed businesses to open an account and gain a following on the platform for free. Businesses could send messages to the followers and get frequently linked with them. Huge consumer base WeChat had a large number and wide range of users with differing ages. Business that put advertisements on WeChat had a wide range of potential customers. Content marketing Connecting with WeChat's huge customer base could be the determining factor to turn users from prospect into customers by leaving a lasting impression about brands and by sending content to educate the users. Key Opinion Leaders Many Key Opinion Leaders KOL, people who were influential and had established significant followings on social media were active on WeChat. KOLs have been particularly effective for promoting branding for Chinese companies who have recruited and developed relationships with KOLs as the latter can help build and e-reputation and share the information about the products. For example, in 2016 China cooperated with —a popular KOL and blogger who had over 10 million followers—to promote their products. Over one million people watched her first video promoting L'Oreal's beauty brand MG. Hongbaos This feature is based on the tradition of China giving usually cash for special occasions and festivals. The maximum amount of a red envelope is 200 RMB. A number of Chinese companies use this feature to randomly select one or more followers to send them bonuses through the WeChat lucky dip system. This amount will be stored in the follower's WeChat wallet and can be transferred to the bank. This is used by the company as a reward for following and sharing posts. Micro Stores Enterprises with WeChat service accounts can open micro stores in the app. Brands can start developing these tailor-made micro-stores, or they can host their own website in the established electronic platform provided by WeChat. Users can view these micro stores on WeChat and use WeChat payment service to complete the payment in a few seconds. Geo-localized marketing services Geo-location service is one of the functions of WeChat for digital marketing. WeChat will promote associated ads based on the user's location and preferences. One of the most crucial areas in this regard is retail, where consumers can get limited version discounts in retail stores in different regions. WeChat offers a revolutionary 'bridge' for linking digital marketing and physical activities such as retail, sells promotion. QR Code marketing has been widespread in China. Setting up a QR code on physical materials such as poster can increase traffic, and it can also be cross-promoted across different social media and forums. WeChat has used its strengths to develop a systematic marketing platform around QR code. Users can scan QR codes to add each other as friends, or can used to link users to the official product teams for certain brands. WeChat QR code provides a way for the offline physical product to link to the digital market. In China, digital marketing around QR code is an environmental feature of some international cities, such as Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing. Depending on the instant messages, free video calls, group chats, information sharing on WeChat Moments and almost 1 billion users, WeChat attracts many companies and self-employed person selling their products on WeChat. Comparing with the traditional like and , WeChat Business has large range of influence and profits with less input and lower threshold, which attracts loads of people to join in WeChat business. WeChat Business marketing mode B2C Mode This is the main profit modes of WeChat Business. The first one is to launch advertisements and provide service through WeChat Official Account, which is a mode. This mode has been used by many hospitals, banks, fashion brands, internet companies and personal blogs because the Official Account can access to online payment, location sharing, voice messages, mini-games and so on. It is like a 'mini App', so the company have to hire specific staff to manage the account. By 2015, there are more than 100 million WeChat Official Accounts in this platform. B2B Mode WeChat salesperson in this mode is to agent and promote products by individual, which belongs to mode. In this mode, individual sellers always post relevant photos and messages of their agent products on the WeChat Moments or WeChat groups and sell products to their WeChat friends. Besides, they develop friendship with their customers by sending messages in festival or write comments under their updates on WeChat moments to increase their trust. Also, keep communicating with the regular customers rise the 'WOF' word-of-mouth communications, which influences decisions making. Some of the WeChat businessman already have an online shop in , but use WeChat to maintain existing customers. Existing problems As more and more people have joined WeChat Business, it has brought many problems. For example, some sellers have begun to sell fake luxury goods such as bags, clothes and watches. Some of them have special channels to obtain high-quality fake luxury products and sell them at a low price. Moreover, some sellers have even disguised themselves as international flight attendants or overseas students to post fake stylish photos on WeChat Moments. They then claim that they can provide overseas purchasing services but sell fake luxury goods at the same price as the true one. Another hot product selling on WeChat is facial masks, Its marketing mode is like that of but most goods are unbranded products which came from illegal factories making excess hormones with could have serious effects customer's health. However, it is difficult for customers to defend their rights because a large number of sellers' identities are uncertified. Additionally, the lack of any supervision mechanism in WeChat business also provides chances for criminals to continue this illegal behavior. WeChat operates from China under Chinese law, which includes strong censorship provisions and interception protocols. WeChat contains the ability to access the text messages and contact books of its users and users' locations through the GPS feature. In June 2013, the Indian Intelligence Bureau flagged WeChat for security concerns. India has debated whether or not they should ban WeChat for its possibility in collecting too much personal information and data from its users. In Taiwan, legislators were concerned that the potential exposure of private communications was a threat to regional security. In 2016 Tencent was awarded a score of zero out of 100 in an report ranking technology companies on the way they implement encryption to protect the human rights of their users. The report placed Tencent last out of a total of 11 companies, including Facebook, Apple, and Google, for the lack of privacy protections built into WeChat and. The report found that Tencent did not make use of , which is a system that allows only the communicating users to read the messages. It also found that Tencent did not recognize online threats to human rights, did not disclose government requests for data, and did not publish specific data about its use of encryption. A September 2017 update to the platform's privacy policy detailed that log data collected by WeChat included search terms, profiles visited, and content that had been viewed within the app. Additionally, metadata related to the communications between WeChat users—including call times, duration, and location information—was also collected. Privacy issues Users in China also have expressed concern for the privacy issues of the app. Human rights activist was jailed for three years for. He speculated that the officials of the Internal Security Bureau of the known as guobao listened to his voicemail messages that were directed to his friends, repeating the words displayed within the voice mail messages to Hu Jia. Chinese authorities have further accused the WeChat app of threatening individual safety. CCTV gave an example of such accusations through reporting the murder of a single woman who, after he attempted to rob her, was murdered by a man she met on WeChat. The location-reporting feature, according to reports, was the reason for the man knowing the victim's whereabouts. Authorities within China have linked WeChat to numerous crimes. The city of , for example, reported over twenty crimes related to WeChat in the span of three months. Supporters of the app have argued that WeChat was safe overall. Doing so, according to Young, would affect the app's image and possibly hamper its global expansion. XcodeGhost malware In 2015, Apple published a list of the top 25 most popular apps infected with the malware, confirming earlier reports that version 6. Despite Apple's review process, WeChat and other infected apps were approved and distributed through the. Some commentators considered this to be the largest security breach in the App Store's history. WeChat's mobile phone app works on , , , , and phones. Web-based and clients also exist. This however requires the user to have the app installed on a supported mobile phone for authentication, and neither message roaming nor 'Moments' are provided. The company also provides WeChat for Web, a -based client with messaging and file transfer capabilities. Other functions cannot be used on it, such as the detection of nearby people, or interacting with Moments or Official Accounts. To use the Web-based client, it is necessary to first scan a using the phone app. This means it is not possible to get onto the WeChat network if you do not possess a suitable smartphone with the app installed. WeChat could be accessed on Windows using until December 2014. Beginning then, WeChat blocks Android emulators and accounts that have signed in from emulators may be frozen. There have been some reported issues with the Web client. Specifically when using English, some users have experienced autocorrect, autocomplete, auto-capitalization, and auto-delete behavior as they type messages and even after the message was sent. Users could translate a foreign language during a conversation and the words were posted on Moments. In 2013, WeChat, the number one mobile social communication application in Malaysia announces their partnership with , the top lifestyle tea provider in Malaysia. In 2014 , partnered with WeChat to create its own WeChat apps around its fall 2014 runway show, giving users live streams from the shows. Several International brands used WeChat as a marketing tool in China but made limited use of other WeChat features such as customer service. In 2014, decided to cooperate with WeChat and use WeChat's potential in the Chinese electronic market to develop a plan to better connect to Chinese consumers. In addition, British Airways randomly selected 3 followers among these people to obtain roundtrip flights between China and London. This marketing campaign eventually succeeded in attracting some 10,000 followers. By forming a closed loop ecosystem, Cogobuy served each entrepreneur and innovator, even the entire IoT industry. In 2015, WeChat partnered with eBay to together bring the eBay inventory onto WeChat store for buyers in China using Chinese Yuan. In 2016 WeChat partnered with 60 Italian WeChat had an office in Milan companies who were able to sell their products and services on the Chinese market without having to get a licence to operate a business in China. WeChat partnered with an Italian company Digital Retex to help companies set up their brands on the WeChat platform. In 2017, Andrea Ghizzoni, European director of Tencent, said that 95 per cent of global luxury brands used WeChat. In 2017 WeChat partnered with the Singapore marketing agency theAsianIR to sell their platform's features to the international market. WeChat and theAsianIR helped companies set up their brands on the WeChat platform using a proprietary viral word-of-mouth marketing system, which recruited influencers and agents at no charge to the companies. Global censorship Starting in 2013 reports arose that Chinese language searches even outside China were being keyword filtered and then blocked. This occurred both on incoming traffic to China from foreign countries but also exclusively between foreign parties The service had already censored its communications within China. Please check it again. Immediate actions have been taken to rectify it. We apologize for any inconvenience it has caused to our users. We will continue to improve the product features and technological support to provide a better user experience. The problem existed because WeChat's servers were all located in China and thus subjected to its censorship rules. Two censorship systems In 2016, the published a report saying that WeChat was using different censorship policies in mainland China and other areas. International users were not blocked except accessing some gambling and pornography websites. Iran In September 2013 WeChat was blocked in Iran. Authorities cited WeChat Nearby Friend Radar and the spread of pornographic content as the reason of censorship. The Committee for Determining Instances of Criminal Content a working group under the supervision of the attorney general website FAQ says: Because WeChat collects phone data and monitors member activity and because app developers are outside of the country and not cooperating, this software has been blocked, so you can use domestic applications for cheap voice calls, video calls and messaging. On January 4, 2018, WeChat was unblocked in Iran. Retrieved January 2, 2018. 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  86. Messaging WeChat provides text messaging, hold-to-talk voice messaging, one-to-many messaging, video calls and conferencing, video games, sharing of photographs and videos, and location sharing. Retrieved 28 March 2015. She can be reached at zara. Zara curates a weekly email newsletter on medico trends in Wechat translate whats up at GGV Capital. The success prompted Alibaba to launch its own version of virtual red envelopes in its competing Laiwang service. Kaiser is a rock star both figuratively and literally. We have published 1000+ free articles focusing on website building and technology. In the Piece code field, type the verification code, and then touch Submit. This means it is not possible to get onto the WeChat network if you do not possess a suitable smartphone with the app installed. Once users as individuals or organizations set up a type of north, they cannot change it to another type.

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