Here's The Catalogue on Top-Rated Messenger Apps for 2017

By on June 29, 2017

Check out our catalogue on 7 top-rated messenger apps that you really need to have in your smartphone to be in touch with your friends and family – quick and easy!

  1. iMessage

iMessage is the mainstream marvel for iDevice users, allowing users to communicate with other iOS-based users via texts, images, audio/video messages, emoticons, files and more. The app also makes it possible for you to interact with more than one person at a time using the Group Chat facility. iMessage is compatible with only Apple devices. It isn’t available for Android and Windows. You need an emulator to access iMessage for Windows.

  1. WhatsApp

This might be an overly used cliche, but WhatsApp certainly leads the pack with features, which are well-aimed to deliver great experience. Using WhatsApp, you can chat as well as share contacts, GIFs, locations and much more. The messages are delivered in real-time, and are encrypted end to end for full-proof user privacy. The add-on of Snapchat-like status feature just elevates your fun.

  1. Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger is a separate messaging wing by the behemoth, enabling you to conveniently interact with your contacts on Facebook in a single push of a button. Besides chatting, you can also send stickers and GIFs to your contacts, which are pretty much to keep the spark alive in a conversation. The video and voice calling are also available, which come with total ease of doing, and utmost reliability.

  1. Viber

Viber is gradually spiralling to fame, and becoming the most handpicked messaging platform among the millennials. The app automatically syncs your contacts, and allows you to send texts, videos, images, stickers, emoticons and voice calls. Further, Viber is a great choice to touch base with your international friends, as the app lets you make national and international calls at really low rates.

  1. WeChat

WeChat is the top-of-the-line choice for Chinese users when it’s instant messaging in the docket. Gladly, the messaging platform is eventually gaining a foothold internationally as well. Besides regular chatting, the app is ripe with various compelling features, such as ‘Friend Radar’, ‘Shake’ and ‘People Nearby’ to get you connected with your friends and family members.

  1. Google Allo

Google Allo is a fresh product on the bandwagon with Google Assistant as its most praiseworthy feature. Using Allo, users find themselves in a favorable position to access Assistant. The app offers features that include text messaging, photo sharing, emojis, stickers and lots more. What’s more? Google Assistant is a spitting image of Siri and Cortana.

  1. Snapchat

Snapchat is in vogue, for its unique take on the concept of instant messaging and a range of filters for enhancing photos. The messages are delivered in real-time, but get deleted in the span of 24 hours. It also offers photo editing facilities.

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