10 Powerful Social Mobile Messaging Apps That Will Completely Replace SMS

Elechi Emekobum By Elechi Emekobum 7 Min Read

The popularity of smartphones has made social mobile messaging apps some of the most popular and fastest-growing applications on Windows Phone Apps Store, iTunes, Google Play, and Blackberry App World.

You will agree with me that sending SMS to friends and family isn’t as relevant as it used to be since the arrival of these popular social mobile messaging apps.

These apps are now making it easy for people to send messages without limited character spaces that are usually associated with SMS messages. One can also easily share images and videos without being charged.

Besides being a cost-effective way to send messages, these apps are also popular because users can have fun using a variety of extra features including stickers and emoticons.

With so many options to chose from, we decided to narrow down the selection and pick out our 10 favourite social mobile messaging apps.

#1]. WhatsApp Messenger

WhatsApp social mobile messaging appThe ever-popular WhatsApp Messenger allows you to switch from SMS to WhatsApp to send and receive messages, pictures, audio notes, and video messages.

WhatsApp uses your 3G or WiFi (when available) to message with friends and family across Windows Phone, iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry. From North America to Europe, from Africa to South America and far East Asia, WhatsApp Messenger Free Calls And SMS App dominates the world of mobile messaging applications.

#2]. Viber

Viber social mobile messaging appAvailable on a wide range of platforms, Viber is yet another comprehensive solution to making free international and local calls. The app is also good when it comes to sending free text messages regardless of your location, network, or device. All you need is a 3G data or WiFi connection.

Like with Skype, Viber is free to download, and once installed, opening the app will require you to enter your mobile phone number and your country. A verification number will then be texted to you which you must enter before the app will work.


#3]. LINE: Free Calls & Messages

Try LINE: Free Calls & messaging appLINE messaging app is a popular app that allows users to make free voice calls and send free messages whenever and wherever.

Just like Kik, Viber, and WhatsApp free calls and message apps, LINE prides itself as a cross-platform app that’s available on Android, Windows 8 Phones, and Apple’s iOS. The application is also available as a desktop version for both Windows and Mac OS X.

#4]. Kik Messenger

Try Kik MessengerWith more than 50 million users, Kik Messenger is another simple smartphone messenger growing in popularity. The messaging application is a fast, simple, and personal smartphone messenger that connects you to everyone you love to talk to.

Kik is hands-down the fastest, most reliable smartphone messenger available. And with sent, delivered, read, and typing notifications, your conversations will come to life. The app offers a very simple setup, using which one can message his/her buddies.

#5]. Skype

Skype  messaging appBeing one of the pioneers of internet calling service providers, Skype has grown from strength to strength over the years. Skype is the always-on app that makes staying in touch with all your contacts easier than ever.

So, no matter if you’re on a PC, Windows Phone, Mac, tablet, iPhone, or Android device, Skype keeps you connected and always available.

#6]. WeChat Messenger

WeChat messaging appNo doubt about it, WeChat is a popular social mobile messaging app in China. This app offers such features as chat, emoticons, connecting to Facebook, and the unique Look Around, Drift Bottles and Shake features.

WeChat also features free texting, instant messaging with group chats and animated smileys, voice messages, and video calls. WeChat works over your phone’s existing data plan or any WiFi connection. The app has over 300 million users.

#7]. Tango

Check out Tango messaging appTango has all the features of any good SMM app. You can send messages, make voice and video calls and send files, but it stands out with a very cool orange interface.

Tango Messenger provides you with free mobile video calls wherever you are. It lets you connect with different users and start building communication.

#8]. KakaoTalk: Free Calls & Text

Try KakaoTalk social messaging appKakaoTalk is a fast and multifaceted social mobile messaging app that users can use to send messages, photos, videos, voice notes for free. The messaging app features an array of emoticons and sticker collections that will make chatting extra fun.

Just like other social mobile messaging apps, KakaoTalk uses WiFi or your existing data plan (3G) to let you send and receive unlimited texts, photos, videos, and audio. Just download KakaoTalk, enter your phone number, and confirm. It’s that simple.


#9]. Google Hangouts

Try Google HangoutsChances are that you already have a Gmail account, which makes Hangouts that much more convenient. It will import all your contacts so that you can easily chat with your contacts in groups or individually on a very clean app.

Hangouts bring one-on-one and group conversations to life with photos, emoji, and video calls for free. Connect with friends across computers, Android, and Apple devices.

#10]. MessageMe

Try MessageMe messaging appMessageMe is new when we talk about messaging apps. The app comes with some interesting features like a walkie-talkie, photo and video sharing from Facebook, Youtube, Instagram or your camera, location share, and hundreds of available emojis.

With over 10 million users, MessageMe provides a lightweight and intuitive way to take your conversations with you anywhere you go.


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Elechi Emekobum is into health and social care. She loves blogging, content writing, social media, branding, travelling, gadgets, and health products. Check out her other articles on Hotelsrepublic.com and follow her on Twitter.
  • Hey Eley,

    You are surely right, social mobile messaging apps have made it lot easier for people to make calls, send free text messages as well as multimedia messages. I am certain that SMS will soon be outdated at the rate that smart technology is moving. Thanks for this list

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