Cons: Most people have already moved on to other messaging apps.
After all weve just been here all these years.
Download: iOS Android Windows Phone BlackBerry Others/Desktop WeChat This China-made service has been compared to Facebook, since, like Line, because of the de dollar van trinidad chat kamers way it mixes a range of social network-like features with messaging.
Verdict: A good choice for video calling, Tango has just started getting into games and it already includes titles from top game makers.Download: iOS Android Windows Phone BlackBerry Desktop MessageMe A relatively new addition, having launched in early-2013, MessageMe is a slick (free) app that brings many of the features from Asian apps into a service designed to suit US consumer tastes.Verdict: A unique messaging app that has proven popular in Asia, gay scheet fetish chat-discussie particularly among females.To help you make that choice, weve waded through the densely populated mass of chat apps to pick out the best.Cross translation echte seks video in het hotel are available for 4 languages: Korean, English, Chinese and Japanese.Users can share text-based chats, photos, videos and more across the service, which is available on a range of mobile platforms and also for the desktop.Download: iOS Android Snapchat Is Snapchat a messaging app or a social network?The service costs.99 for a one-year subscription although it is free for the first year and it supports a wide range of phones.Once iOS and Android users update to the latest version, they'll be able to set up groups where only one member has the power to talk to members - giving them a captive audience.
Aside from the basics, the service is very multimedia-centric.
Pros: Both apps are easy to use.
Download: iOS Android Windows Phone 8 BlackBerry 10 Google Hangouts Google Hangouts includes instant text messaging and video and voice calling, and is available for iOS, Android and desktop (via the Web.) Hangouts are multi-person group video chats that initially began on Google.
Cons: Most users are based in Korea, and the app is rather Asia-ified, which may not be to the liking of everyone.Pros: Available on a range of platforms.Pros: Doesnt require a phone number, is easily customized, and includes a very slick web browser.Beyond being SMS replacements, these apps are essentially SMS to coin a phrase uttered to me recently by the founder of a messaging company.Cons: Few active users and lots of me-too features.