Friday, 5 May 2017

The 5 great messaging apps in the market Become more powerful D2D




Most messaging apps work on a precondition that the user must have saved the contact information of the recipient for communication. Fortunately, there exists an app which lets you connect without stored contacts. Facebook Messenger works efficiently to connect people socially and professionally on Facebook, without the need for contact number or email IDs. Another benefit of using Messenger is that it does not require a cellular connection, and offers you a voice and video call technology too. In case you are not on Facebook, Messenger provides another option to instantly connect to your network using your phone’s contacts.

Enough has already been said about WhatsApp and its near omnipresence worldwide. It is the simplest and yet the most convenient app in the messaging market that connects people through traditional text messages and voice calls as well as videos, over the internet. Users can also utilize its multimedia facilities to connect with others, the only prerequisite being an internet connection. WhatsApp works particularly well when you are traveling abroad when often mobile carrier problems arise.
Slack makes team communication and collaboration seamless as it enables large and small businesses to communicate with their teams and organize conversations based on topics, projects, or anything else, as far as it concerned with your work. It also has several time-saving features, such as to-do lists, a central knowledgeable base that automatically indexes and archives the conversations and files shared, and integrated services including Dropbox, Salesforce, Asana, Twitter, Zendesk, and much more.
If you are looking for apps that make professional communication simpler and efficient, slack is the go-to app.


We Chat is one of the most popular messaging apps out there today, especially after it signed up the legendary Lionel Messi as its brand ambassador. Boasting more than 800 million registered users, this messaging app enjoys a worldwide presence, and not only provides messaging services but also connects a host of other features. Some of its features include ‘Discovery’, meant to meet new people, a ‘sticker gallery’ consisting of thousands of animated stickers, voice and video calls, and so on. It is an all-integrated app that you can use when you are too busy to use multiple apps.

Although messaging apps have in-built multimedia messaging available, there is no app which can do it as seamlessly as Snapchat, an app built specifically for this purpose. Originally, Snapchat was largely an ephemeral platform for pre-teen communication and raunchy images that disappeared in short time. But the company has since expanded its activities to include everything from Skype, Face time, Kik, and WhatApp. The app can be used when you prefer multimedia messages over texts.

No comments:
Write comments