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Top 6 Frequently Used Messaging Apps

Top 6 Frequently Used Messaging Apps

--Thursday, Feb. 04, 2016
Get confused when wandering in the messaging app market? You are not alone. As online chat is rapidly popular, the number of communication apps in the market is soaring. Developers try their best to designed all-in-one messaging apps for Android and iOS users. Some apps are free. And some are charged. Most of them supports user send text messages, photos, videos, and voice. Some even allows real-time call and face-to-face videos. Today, we will list top 6 frequently used messaging apps and show you how wonderful they are.

Top 1. WhatsApp Messenger
WhatsApp Messenger should be one of the most commonly used apps in modern society. You can chat with anyone on WhatsApp by sending text messages with stickers, instant audios, and photos/videos. Like most chat apps, you can enable free call via Wi-Fi hotspot. Besides, you can share location and contact with people.

WhatsApp Messenger

Top 2. Facebook Messenger
Facebook Messenger works like the old message app. But it is more than a texting app. With Facebook Messenger, you can reach people in your life instantly. You can text them and enable a call via Wi-Fi. Also, it is available chat with different people in the same time by creating group chat. When texting your friends, you can send vivid stickers which bring your conversations to life. Another highlight is that the app supports you send and receive photos and videos which are shot instantly or previously saved in your device.

Facebook Messenger

Top 3. Viber
Viber is available on both portable phone/tablets and computer. It is perfect for call and real-time video. Once sign in with your phone number, you can text anyone in your phone book using Viber. In addition, you can enable free call and face-to-face video talk which work via Wi-Fi hotspot and mobile data.

Viber

Top 4. Skype
Skype allows you to talk with your fingertips. Just type to keyboard on your Android/iPhone, you can send instant messages to people. Want to express your feeling vividly? You can send stickers. Also, you can use Skype Mojis. For instance, you can send short clips from your favorite movies and shows.

Skype

Top 5. Wechat
WeChat is designed to narrow the gap between people. It is an all-in-one free communication application that allows you to connect with your friends, family, and loved ones easily. You can send free voice and video calls. And you can download or buy stickers from sticker gallery so that you can liven up your messages. Besides, you can share your thoughts, photos, and videos on Moments. People who have been added can like your moments and leave their comments.

WeChat

Top 6. LINE
Changed the communication way, LINE has over 600 million users worldwide. The app lets you closer to your family, friends, loved ones, and people around you. With LINE on your Android phone, you can send limitless messages, photos, videos, and stickers. Only with Internet plan, you can reach anyone around the world.

Line

That's all. You can select and download whichever ones you want in your Android/iPhone/iPad. Anyway, enjoy chats your phone with messaging apps. When installing those communication apps on the device, you can organize these apps in order via Android Manager.



Ivy Bruce is the Founder and Editorial Director at Android-Recovery Studio. You can also find her on Google+ and Twitter.

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