Tag: messaging

Ruffle lets you send “anonymous” pictures to random people on your device

So you think you’ve already outgrown ephemeral messaging apps like Snapchat and you’ve gotten bored with Chatroulette. You’re on the lookout for the next...

Skype group chat makes people more connected than ever

Skype is here to stay. A number of instant messaging clients for both mobile and desktop have already come and gone but Skype remains...

FreedomPop now offers free calls and text for UK residents

Free stuff is almost always met with either pure joy or suspicion. So when FreedomPop announced they were offering free calls and messages (with...

Telegram messaging app now has Channels for public broadcasts

Some messages are meant for just one person, some are for your closest group of friends, and then there are some that are meant...

G Data Secure Chat lets you send encrypted messages, photos, etc

A lot of new messaging apps promise you the ultimate security when exchanging messages with your loved ones (or people you’ve just met), especially...

Samsung releases own messaging app called Socializer Messenger

With the glut of various messaging apps available for the mobile users, do we really need another one? Well as long as developers are...

Instagram gets more ‘direct’ features, threaded messages and sharing

In 2013, the Instagram app got private messaging in the form of the “Direct” feature. To give ample flourish to an already eventful past...

LINE Lite now available in other regions, countries

If you feel like you need a semblance of space on your device or if your data is not that fast enough anyways to...

Google finally gives Hangouts its own webpage

The battle of the free messaging apps has received another interesting turn of events. While Viber, WhatsApp, Snapchat, LINE, etc have been making lots...

140-character limit on Twitter DM is now officially gone

Last June, Twitter announced that they are removing the 140-character limit on Direct Messages as part of their continuing improvement to that private aspect...

Send hands-free messages to Viber, WeChat by OK Googling

Sometimes it’s due to laziness, but sometimes it’s also because of necessity. Sending messages to colleagues or loved ones without necessarily typing something out...

LINE Lite: lightweight version of the app, released in 11 countries

When you’re enjoying an app but the network infrastructure where you are is not that advanced yet, it affects the app’s performance, no matter...