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Four New and Different Ways of Celebrating Valentine’s Day

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With the festival of love around the corner couples across the country are anticipating and planning this special day of the year. However there are few away from their loved ones feeling all alone and lovesick while the others would be preparing for their special dates.

Understanding the pain of the distance between two hearts, these young couples can feel closer and relive their moments of romance with WeChat. The social communication platform comes loaded with features such as Video calling, Voice calling, Voice notes and animated Valentine’s Day stickers which make the distance seem insignificant for these couples.

Four New and Different Ways of Celebrating Valentine’s Day

Users can connect with their loved ones through video chat which will allow them to see and talk to each other endlessly throughout the night. For those on the move or around lots of people can opt for the ‘Voice Calling’ feature. For lovers who are stuck in classrooms and meetings on this day can send each other romantic voice notes and animated Valentine’s Day stickers to keep the romance alive to mark this special day.

“WeChat has constantly been introducing fun and new features to make our chatting experience fun and colourful. Last year on Valentine’s Day I asked the girl of my dreams to be my valentine using voice notes and their cute romantic stickers. However, this year I will be away and plan to make up for it through Video calls and Voice Calls.” – Rahul, Bangalore University

WeChat understands the pain points of its users and has built a communication platform which caters to the needs of the consumers. Features such as video calling, voice calling and voice notes have proved to be extremely useful for the users who live away from their friends and family.

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