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New product features from Mxit

15 Apr 2014 11:25
Mxit is rolling out a marketing campaign, fronted by recently appointed brand ambassador and local 'King of Dance Music', Zakes Bantwini, for its new releases of Chat Cards (only available for Android and iOS devices), a newsfeed and a new interface design for iOS.
New product features from Mxit
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Vincent Maher, chief product officer says, "This is the most exciting product release to date. Users can now bring all the magic of the web with Chat Cards and enjoy the richest chat and networking experience possible with an array of innovative new features that make chat more fun, exciting and meaningful."

New product features from Mxit
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• Chat Cards is the new way to share videos, photos and other web content in conversations. It is designed to innovatively enhance the chat experience by supplementing expressions, feelings and ideas that would ordinarily be described in words, with Giphy cards, YouTube cards, joke cards, pick-up-lines and more.
• Newsfeed allows users to post moments in time, and to keep track of friends' post.
• Address book integration means that it is now much easier for users to find, invite and add friends.
• New iOS Interface offers a crisp and simple new look that makes it more intuitive for Apple fans to find their way and make the most of their chat experience.
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