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Internet giant Tencent Holdings has enhanced the functions for domestic Chinese WeChat users by allowing them to synchronize their Moments contents simultaneously to Facebook and Twitter, which are banned on the mainland.

Moments is a popular socializing function of WeChat, or Weixin as it is known in China, which allows users to network by sharing information, photos and articles with their friends privately.

The synchronisation function with Facebook and Twitter is already available. Facebook and Twitter, whose active users have reached 1.97 billion and 319 million globally, remain inaccessible in the mainland. Tencent said over 937 million people are using its WeChat app to message friends.

The synchronisation function is now available to iPhone iOS users who had until now, only been able to synchronize their Moments contents to another popular Tencent messaging service QQ. The function for Android users is expected to be available soon.

Source: South China Morning Post
Published: 14 June 2017

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