Top 5 messaging apps

Nov 17 '17 | By Admin
Most of us knows thiese biggest messaging apps. 

Lest start with:


Whatsapp

One of the most used messaging apps in the world, Whatsapp is very easy to set up and it’s free. You can chat, and share things like your location, photos, documents, and contacts. You can also make video and voice calls.


Facebook messaging app

Facebook has its own separate messaging app that makes it very convenient to chat with friends and family. It will automatically populate your contacts, but you can also add a contact, or allow someone to add you as a contact, by scanning a unique code. There are plenty of free stickers and you can send GIFs.


Viber

This is a very popular app that will automatically add your contacts. It allows for text messaging, as well as sending stickers and emoticons, making video and voice calls, and of course sharing your favorite photos.


Google Hangouts

Google Hangouts is available on all Android devices and can be set as the default messaging app. It’s also available on iOS, and you can use it on your PC or laptop. This makes it an ideal way to chat with friends and family. Needless to say, the app requires you to have a Google account, and it allows you to share photos, GIFs, make video calls, and also make group calls. This app is very popular, partly because you can use it on your desktop, as well as your mobile devices.


WeChat

WeChat is the most popular app in China nearing 700 million users. It offers the usual messaging app features like photo sharing, or video and voice calls. But with WeChat you also get features like “Friend Radar,” “People Nearby,” and “Shake” to help you find friends who are near you. This app is available for Android Wear and Apple Watch, too.

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