7 Best Mobile Messaging Apps

Mobile messaging apps are one of the most popular and fastest growing applications for sending short mesages. Once of the core reasons why this app has become so popular today is because the app dont charg e per message unlike the SMS, also using this apps, you will enjoy the use of emoticons and stickers. This is one great way to interact with friends  without stress and has become very popular among young people, it encourages instant messaging between individuals on the same platform. Because of the opportunity that abound in this, lots of apps has developed in this area, in this article we want to direct you on the best mobile messaging apps to choose from.

7 Best mobile messaging apps

1) WhatsApp


WhatsApp is a mobile text messaging app designed to let cell phone users send text messages without having to pay SMS fees to their carriers. WhatsApp is a cross-platform app, meaning it’s available for a variety of mobile operating systems and allows messaging across them all– including the iPhone, Android, Nokia, Windows Phone and BlackBerry. Messages can include video, audio and photos, not just text.The app launched in 2009 and has proven popular. [See Also: How the Internet Affects All of Us]

2) Nimbuzz


The Nimbuzz messenger is a great alternative to your usual SMS. It allows sending messages, photos, music and even videos. It helps keep expensive (SMS) text messaging or multimedia (MMS) charges at bay. Moreover, it supports all leading mobile brands and even the lesser known ones, which means it is compatible with smartphones as well as feature phones from Samsung, Nokia, HTC, Lemon, Alcatel and more. Nimbuzz users can also join chat rooms to make new friends. Furthermore, Nimbuzz can also be used on your PC or Mac.

3) Meebo


Meebo’s mobile instant messaging applications sport features like landscape mode for marathon messaging sessions and push notifications, so you’ll see instant message alerts just like text messages. While the built-in features vary slightly from mobile platform to mobile platform, the really killer feature for Meebo is the cross-platform synchronization. Every mobile app has access to your full chat history, so the chat session on your Android phone can continue on your desktop when you log into Meebo at home. All versions of Meebo are free. Meebo supports dozens of popular to obscure IM platforms including Yahoo!, AIM, Windows Live Messenger, Facebook, MySpace, ICQ, Jabber, and Google Talk. Meebo is a free application.

4) Skype


First gaining prominence on the desktop, and gaining a lot of publicity following its sale to Microsoft, Skype is possibly the best known and overall best video calling app out there.
It is also more than just a video and voice calling service, however. IM is fully supported, with Skype’s custom array of smileys making their way over, albeit without the ‘cute’ little animations that we are so fond of.
Again, group messaging is supported, as is the sending of media files and video messages.
Connection to Skype can be done through a dedicated username and password or through an existing Microsoft account, something you might have created to use Windows Live or Windows 8. Since the merge with Microsoft, the Redmond based firm is pushing to connect any existing Skype accounts to your Windows account.

5) BlackBerry Messenger


BlackBerry is one of the oldest  messaging service providers. It goes back 10 years or more and uses BlackBerry’s messaging servers to deliver messages directly to other BlackBerry users, completely avoiding carrier SMS services. It works only between BlackBerrys.

6) Facebook Messenger

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You’re probably already on Facebook, just like everyone else on the planet, so why not take advantage of its messenger? It’s easy to use and all your Facebook contacts are already there.

7)  Viber


Why does Viber have over 200 million users? That’s easy. This app has free text, calling, photo messages, and location-sharing with other Viber users.