The short-video company handed out five rounds of virtual “red envelopes” during the live broadcast, totaling a record-breaking 1 billion yuan ($144 million)
WeChat, China’s most popular social media app, plans to join the craze for short-form videos by adding a feature that allows users to publish videos and photos to their followers.
Having arguably a better understanding of Chinese consumers than any other company in the world, WeChat came up with a witty solution to cracking the local mentality.
As for WeChat public accounts, we lack an instrument allowing everyone to create content, because we can’t ask everyone to write articles every day.
Search engine has always been an intense battleground for all tech giants. On December 11, Tencent upgraded the search function on its most popular product WeChat.
Italian luxury brand Gucci announced a strategic cooperation agreement with Tencent to leverage the Chinese tech giant’s access to abundant data and explore field of smart retail.
On November 13, Tencent Holdings released its financial report for the third quarter ended on September 30.
Tencent has cooperated with five international financial service companies to make it possible to tie overseas international credit cards to WeChat, thus allowing overseas users to utilize WeChat’s payment services.
South Africa has signed a two-year agreement with Chinese internet giant Tencent to use its popular social media platform, WeChat, to market tourism to millions in China.
On September 25, Amazon announced that it would join forces with many of the world's top tech companies including Tencent, to form the Voice Interoperability Alliance (VII).
China’s biggest social network, WeChat, has been bustling since the early morning on September 24 with users posting scores of messages in their feed requesting for a Chinese national flag from the WeChat official account.
Chinese tech giant Tencent is incubating a financial credit product named Fenfu, which functions similarly to a credit card, and is expected to become available through the company’s instant messaging app WeChat.
Chinese multi-purpose messaging app WeChat introduced a new payment device on August 27 named the “Frog Pro” at the Chongqing Smart China Expo in an effort to upgrade its offline payments.
Tencent unveiled a voice-operated version of its messaging app WeChat for use in vehicles in partnership with Chinese car maker Chang’an Automobile.
On August 20, Apple officially released a credit card under its own brand in the US. The minimalist white titanium card backed by Goldman Sachs was met with mixed emotions by professionals and casual Apple fans alike.