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Top 10 Chatting Apps

SMS and MMS are gradually moving out of the preferences of users. Earlier apps such as AOL Instant Messenger were the pioneers in bringing this change, followed by an extensive selection of different chatting apps. The past few years saw the flourishing of chatting apps in the market. These apps have been providing several new features beyond chatting. 

Chatting apps are now used for personal and business use. Below is a list of the best chatting apps that can be used for personal as well as professional use.

  • WhatsApp

WhatsApp is an extremely common chatting app widely used by people around the world. It allows you to make free video calls, voice calls, and to send instant messages. Its intuitive interface is ideal for both iPhone and Android users. 

  • Facebook Messenger

The number of monthly active users of Facebook Messenger makes it the second biggest chatting app. It allows you to easily connect with anyone who owns a Facebook account. You can also create a Messenger account to use it without a Facebook id. 

  • Line

Line has over 200 million users now. It is extremely popular in Japan, Taiwan, and Thailand. It has several features and includes many value-added functions too. Line Games, Line Pay, Line Taxi, Line Today, etc are some of the features of Line.

  • Snapchat

Snapchat is an incredibly fun-filled and useful chatting application. It is ideal for both iOS and Android. It allows users to send various multimedia snaps, which makes it unique from other chatting apps. It provides voice chatting and live video options. 

  • WeChat

WeChat has over a billion users. It is the most used chatting app in China and earns a third position in the world. Most of the applications are blocked in China, which makes WeChat one of the best options to connect with people in China.

  • Skype

Skype is a popular and older chatting app currently available in the market. It allows users to send text messages, voice calls, and video chats. The app is completely free, however, you can find extra features by getting the premium version. 

  • Google Hangouts

Google Hangouts is a good option for businesses to conduct a meeting with less than 100 participants. It allows you to send messages to your friends, family, or business colleagues directly from the inbox of your Gmail account.

  • Viber

Viber is a popular chatting app in the Eastern European market even though it is not much famous in the West. The app provides free video chats, voice chats, as well as instant messaging through a WiFi connection.

  • Telegram

Telegram has more than 200 million users around the world. Even though it isn’t popular in all countries, it has many fans. The app is popular in Uzbekistan and Iran. Users may send video, text, and voice messages.

  • KakaoTalk 

KakaoTalk is extremely popular in South Korea, but not very popular in other countries. The app provides many features including messaging, video, and voice chat options. KakaoTV is an exclusive function of this app.