Next Big Futures, an app for people who use their phones to browse and download news, entertainment, and sports content, has received its first major update in five years, adding the ability to send private messages.
Next Big News, a news app for the iPhone, has also received its third update since it was launched in 2012.
Next is a new mobile messaging app, which has the same features as the popular WeChat, which is owned by Tencent, but has a much higher cost and less secure network.
It has also been the subject of a number of privacy issues, including one in which it allowed users to send photos and videos of themselves without their permission.
A new feature for the WeChat app, called the “Snapshot,” allows users to upload a photo to the app and then send it to friends and family.
The update also lets users delete a photo they’ve uploaded to the service.
WeChat has been in the news recently for its alleged use of surveillance technology to gather personal data about its users.
Weibo, the social media app that has more than 140 million users worldwide, has been used to illegally share user data, according to Chinese media.
In September, WeChat’s parent company Tencent and Facebook announced a new partnership to help the Chinese government fight terrorism and online censorship.
Facebook has also started to take steps to crack down on online abuse and fraud.
In a blog post last week, Facebook said it has been working with the Chinese authorities on how to combat online fraud and harassment.