China’s super app WeChat allows more direct links from competitors under pressure from Beijing

WeChat, the super app run by Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings, said on Monday it will allow more links and content from third-parties to open directly within user chats, in response to Beijing’s push for interoperability among China’s Big Tech companies and after a recent ban on app upgrades by the company.In one-to-one chats, external links can be opened directly, WeChat said.Users will also be able to open shopping links shared from external platforms in WeChat’s group chats “on the…

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