Let’s get real. We communicate more through texting than calling in this era of smartphones. Messaging apps on all major mobile OS’s are getting better and better each days and Android, being the most popular OS is no different. Let’s have a look at the five most exciting messaging apps available on Android today.
This is one of the most beautiful, feature abundant and well-designed messaging app out there. It has tons of customization features so that you can add your favorite theme and get set. It also supports various third party apps such as pushbullet, android wear etc. There’s also support for delayed sending which is pretty cool for a messaging app. You can also slide to delete the message. The best thing is it’s available for free.
Signal is another text messaging app that has found many users across the globe. It’s main selling point is its end to end encryption which makes sure that you are secure. It also has what it refers as the next generation video calling in the pipeline. It works on a phone number system and doesn’t require the receiving person to have the app installed unlike many other messaging apps. It also has incorporated material design to its full glory.
Yeah, while you may not be expecting this but it’s an essential app just because it connects you with all your Facebook friends. It also has all the basic features a messaging app is expected to have including MMS and emoji support. The official app is a battery drainer and it would be great if you could find a third party app for messenger.
This is another feature rich app that has attracted many users all over the world. It offers features such as scheduled messages, full MMS support and also group chat support. If you are willing to pay a bit and purchase in-app features, you also get auto forwarding, auto respond, SMS backlist etc. It also has great looks as it incorporates material design.
Chomp SMS is one of the oldest text messaging apps out there on Android. It offers everything a good messaging app should have in its sleeve including rich emojis, SMS blocking, quick reply in notification panel, group chats and MMS. There’s a great feature that lets you stop a message after you have hit the sent button. It can be a godsend feature for some. There is support for Android Wear and Pushbullet too if you were wondering.
While we may not have covered the basic apps such as Skype, Snapchat and WhatsApp, which can be found on any phone, these covered apps are the real deal if you are looking at features combined with looks. We particularly like Signal and YAATA SMS and hope they include more and more features. So, test them out and let us know your favorite app you use for your messaging needs.