Elon Musk to integrate iMessage, WhatsApp in one app

Alex Omenye
Alex Omenye

Elon Musk, the CEO of X and SpaceX, has stated that he is “working on” combining “iMessage, WhatsApp, and Signal” into one giant application.

Musk has previously stated that his goal for X after purchasing Twitter is to build a “everything app” with a variety of features that go above and beyond typical social media.

Musk wrote: “Buying Twitter is an accelerant to creating X, the everything app” shortly after he finished the acquisition of X, formerly known as Twitter.

There are many rumours that Musk wants to create a platform similar to WeChat, the Chinese social network that mixes texting, payments, social networking, and more into one platform, but he provided no further specifics.

Since be acquired the microblogging platform from jack Dorsey, Elon Musk has led many adjustments to the platform. The first was making the blue checkmark which was hitherto available to celebrities, and public figures open for everyone by launching Twitter Blue.

He also changed the name of the platform from Twitter to X, and also changed the brand colour to Black. Elon Musk also rolled out payments for creators on the platform, and enticed users with other perks.

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