Nowadays, people are very much active on social media and spend a lot of time with each other through social messaging and chatting applications to get connected even at a critical time as a pandemic.
The messaging/chatting applications are a platform that provides you instant simple and secure messaging features and also now supports voice and video calls as well. Even though, Huawei devices with Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) may not be able to access Google apps but could easily install the most useful apps outside of the GMS framework.
The list of the most commonly used messaging application is listed below.
Top Messaging Apps:
- Facebook Messanger
All the above apps not only support messaging but offers multiple features like sharing of the photo, video, files, documents, applications, location, voice, and video call as well as users can now do payments also supported by some platforms.
WhatsApp: Among all the most commonly used messaging app in the world is WhatsApp, which free of cost to download. Using this you can chat, share photos, videos, locations, live locations, documents, and do the payment. Also, you can make voice and video calls, as well as support group video, calls up to 8 peoples, and more.
Facebook Messenger: Facebook Messenger is Facebook’s own messaging application that allows to chats with Facebook friends and there are plenty of free stickers and you can send GIFs. The video and voice calls are clear and very reliable. The “Chat Heads” feature allows you to keep a chat icon floating on top of your screen. With the new Messenger Rooms feature you can host up to 50 people and create a link to your chat and share it with anyone, even if they’re not on Facebook.
Telegram: Boasting millions of active users, Telegram becomes itself the fastest messaging app. It supports stickers and GIFs, photo and video editing, and group chats that can go all the way up to 200,000 people. It’s also completely free and doesn’t contain ads.
WeChat: WeChat is the most popular app in China with more than 1 billion users. It offers the usual messaging app features like photo sharing, or video and voice calls, and more.
Snapchat: Snapchat achieved instant stardom among younger generations at its onset. Its most famous feature is funny filters for your video snaps, which celebrities often showcase. But it also offers photo editing, plus the option to share Bitmoji sticker. Snapchat has the auto-delete feature that shows your messages are more secure than on alternative platforms.
Hike: Hike is a messaging app that features free text offline text messaging, online chatting, hidden chat options, stickers Hike wallet, and much more.
There is a number of messaging applications are available for peoples according to their needs and different from these.
But the question is which messaging or chat app do you mostly use on your Huawei smartphone? Let us know in the comment section.
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