Texting has become more and more popular in the recent years, if not the most preferred means of communications with friends, family or even followers and the rest of the world. And if you are one of the people who are always texting to somebody rather than calling (or sending an owl with a message), then you must have encountered the following issue at least once: what instant messaging app should I use?
There’s no need to stress here the reasons why a messaging app is better than texting as such, but most of us know the struggle of sending a text message to a group, updating everybody on the latest plans and so on. Plus, they are really useful when you don’t have unlimited texts on you mobile plan.
Whatsapp is one of the most popular choices for messaging apps. It’s free, available for iOS and Android and in a number of languages. All you need in order to use it is an Internet connection and to keep the app open. People receive instantly your message, whether it’s individual or in a group, and if you can’t see a message now, the app saves it and you will see it later. Messages are encrypted and now you can even send files.
WeChat has all the features available in WhatsApp, but some of them are extra. Besides video and voice calls, you can add contacts through other social networks too, including e-mail, plus you have gaming, shopping or electronic payments features.
Last but not least, Line also has the features WhatsApp has, but it is different in the sense that it has a “Timeline”, just like on Facebook, and you can share stickers, photos or posts. However, the choice is yours and it depends on your own preferences!
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