The friends of the user will only be able to see the likes and comments from other users only if they are in mutual friends group.
For example, friends from high school are not able to see the comments and likes from friends from university.
Further withdrawals of more than 1,000 Yuan were charged a 0.1% fee with a minimum of 0.1 Yuan per withdrawal.
Other payment functions including red envelopes and transfers were still free.
When a post is set to "Private", only the user can view it.
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.
They’re also developing a simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) technology, which helps calculate the position of virtual objects relative to their environment, enabling AR interactions without the need for markers, such as QR code or a special image.
; literally: "micro-message") is a Chinese social media (instant messaging, commerce and payment services) mobile application software developed by Tencent.
It was first released in 2011 and by 2017 it was one of the largest standalone messaging apps by monthly active users, In 2017, Wechat started to develop an augmented reality (AR) platform for its ever-expanding services.
We Chat's character stickers, such as Tuzki, resemble and compete with those of LINE, a Japanese messaging application.
We Chat supports users who wish to register as an official account, which enables them to push feeds to subscribers, interact with subscribers and provide them with services.