WeChat has revealed that it will allow users to log onto the WeChat App for the first time, and that the company will be allowing users to “use” online WeChat accounts to interact with their WeChat friends.
The news comes just weeks after the launch of the first WeChat-based app, called WeChat Mobile, which allowed users to chat and upload photos and videos without the need for a WeChat account.
In a blog post, WeChat said it would allow users “to access their Wechat accounts from any location, even on a desktop or laptop”.
Users will be allowed to login to their Wechsler Intelligence Suite (WIS) accounts through an account-specific login mechanism, which is a similar approach to that used by Apple’s iCloud, the company said.
This is a “secure” way to access accounts, the blog post said.
WeChat said that the new feature will only work with apps and services that “provide secure, reliable, and high-quality access for their users”.
Users can also create accounts on WeChat for “personal use only”, the company explained.
Users will not be able “to share content or post messages with others on their accounts”, it added.
Users can “use any WeChat service you choose” to access their accounts, and “access all content and features that you may have on your account”, the blog added.
“We have always made our WeChat mobile app available to you and will continue to make it available to our users,” the company added.
The announcement comes a day after the company announced that it would be adding new services to its WeChat platform that will allow for more users to communicate online.
The company has said that it expects to roll out new services, such as a Wechat TV channel, over the next few weeks.
We also announced last week that it has signed a deal with Microsoft to launch its first Windows Phone 8 app, which will allow Microsoft to support the mobile platform for more years.