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5 Best Apps For Chatting and Messaging
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5 Best Apps For Chatting and Messaging

SMS is passé and in this age of Smartphones, connecting is just a click away. All thanks to messaging and chatting apps, networking is getting fun and we sure love it. There are lots of apps to choose from and in case you are having trouble deciding, take a look at our list of 5 Best apps for chatting and messaging.

1. WhatsApp (initially free):


Clean and simple interface of WhatsApp is what makes it so popular. No wonder Facebook bought it for $19bn. The remarkably easy set-up, ad-free experience and automatic syncing with your contacts make the feature rich WhatsApp a hit. You can share photos audio, video and start a group chat. It works on iOS, Android, blackberry and Windows OS.

2.Facebook Messenger (Free):


Over 500 million people downloaded the Facebook Messenger when it was released. The app is exclusively for Facebook chatting. There are a lot stickers, you can exchange pictures and voice messages and make free Wi-Fi calls. It is supported by iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows OS.

3.Viber (Free):


The free messaging app is easy to set up and offers a lot options in terms of messaging. There is no system of PINs as it uses your phone number as your login and can sync with all your contacts. You can send photos, stickers, voice and video messages to other viber members. The new feature lets you call people on their landline too for free. It is supported by iOS, Android and Windows.

4.Snapchat (Free):


Snapchat had some bad publicity over its privacy in which some 100,000 images were exposed. It is often thought of a gateway into the world of teen selfies and nudes but no doubt it can also be beautiful and often hilarious. It is a nice relief from long texting marathons. It is supported by iOS and Android.

5.Line (Free):


There is a lot more to this Japanese app apart from ‘WhatsApp like’ logo. Many celebs are on Line and it became popular for its VoIP that allows voice calls over the internet. You get a Facebook like wall, plenty of games and can add new users simply by shaking your phone. It is supported by iOS and Android OS.

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