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Amazon Tests New Tiktok Inspired Feature For Its App May Launch Soon – Tech News Hindi

If you miss Tiktok, there is good news for you. According to the Wall Street Journal report, Amazon is testing a new feature for its app. This feature is very similar to Tiktok. Amazon’s new feature is very similar to the way users used to scroll through and watch new short videos on Tiktok. Using the new feature, users will be able to scroll through videos and photos of products listed on Amazon. The name of this new Amazon feature is Inspire.

You will be able to share and share product photos and videos
Amazon’s Inspire feature will look like a diamond widget on the app’s home page. In this, users will see the photo and video feed of the product. The special thing is that users will be able to share them with their friends and family as well as like them. In this, the company will also give the option to the users to buy the product. Watchful Technology AI Ltd., an Israeli company that tracks Amazon’s use of the feature, said that for now only photos are visible on the channel, and video content will also be added in the near future. .

You will have to wait a bit for the release
According to the report, Amazon is testing this feature among some of its employees. No official information has been revealed about how long it will roll out to regular users. A company spokesperson said: “The company is constantly testing new features to make life a little easier for users.” The spokesperson further added that the feature may change significantly when it reaches the launch stage.

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Meta and Google also launched this feature
Seeing the popularity of Tiktok’s video format, Meta and Google have also launched this feature in the app. Meta introduced Reels to users in 2020. After Tiktok came out of India, this feature of Meta became more and more popular among Indian users. Similarly, Google has launched YouTube Shorts for users on its YouTube video platform and this is also liked by users.

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