RE: What is the best instant messenger app?
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1. Best for connecting with celebrities: KakaoTalk. There is a large network who use the feature ‘Plus Friends’ on KakaoTalk. This feature allows you to connect with people outside of your immediate network. These could be everyday messengers in your area who are sharing content or could be bands, celebrities, companies, etc. You can see what your favorite band is doing and find exclusive releases from them. If you’re lucky, you can even chat 1-on-1 with a celebrity. There’s a button for this next to their name. Give it a try, who knows, they might respond.
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2. Best for contacts volume: Facebook Messenger. It instantly connects to all of your Facebook contacts, making it one of the most convenient messaging apps, if nothing else. Messenger allows you to access all of your Facebook messages without using the main app or website. It also has stickers and emojis, groups, voice recordings, location data, free calls, photo sharing and more.
3. Best for video calls: Skype. It requires Skype IDs, so you’ll only be able to add friends if you know their Skype contact name. But once you do, you can send instant messages anytime you want, for free, as well as make video calls. You can also add Skype credit and make cheap international calls to landlines and mobile phones. The chat section offers group chat, media sharing, emoji and more.
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4. Best for secure messaging: Telegram. Speed and security are the name of the game for Telegram. The app provides encrypted cross-platform messaging and it’s completely free.
5. Best for SMS: Google Hangouts. It is a combined SMS and IM app, that separates the two types of messages, but can be used to automatically place voice calls and video calls from your phone via Hangouts rather than traditional carriers. Because it handles both SMS and IM, it cuts down on the number of apps you need to be working with, and its video calling quality is arguably better than Skype’s.
6. Best for sticker enthusiasts: Viber. iber is really pushing the sticker market, where you can get tons of free and paid sticker packs, but the core business of Viber is instant messages. You can also send recorded voice messages like WhatsApp (but not video calls like Skype) and you now have the option to call any phone number anywhere with Viber Out – much like adding Skype credit to call people who aren’t on the service.
7. Best all-around messaging app: WhatsApp. WhatsApp uses your existing contacts’ phone numbers, so you don’t need to add contacts manually. You can send written messages, stickers, emojis and media, as well as broadcast and group messages. WhatsApp also allows you to make free calls to your contacts and now you can make Google Drive backups of your chats, too.
8. Best for the office: BBM. it does offer some very cool features including: always-on service (you don’t need to open the app to use it), timed and retractable messages, two-way opt-in (nobody can message you until you specifically allow them), delivery reporting, groups, emoticons, broadcast messages and more. The ability to choose who can message you, rather than it being available to anybody with your number, makes this an attractive messaging option.
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