Tengi is a pretty new messaging application that promises to offer a no-nonsense messaging experience while also offering incentives to the users of the app.
Continuing its reign, WhatsApp has announced another milestone. The popular instant messaging service now claims to have 600 million monthly active users.
Line has updated its Android App with a new suggest feature that lets users find stickers just by entering the text. The version 4.6.0 suggests stickers ad emojis based on your conversation type.
Google has bought messaging client Emu for an undisclosed sum. The messaging app that adds context to conversations will shut down on August 25th as a result of the acquisition.
WeChat is giving away free recharge upto Rs 60 and in return asking user to send stickers on group chats. Dubbed as the ‘Friends n Rewards’ , the initiative will help the instant messaging platform increase user engagement on its platform.
WeChat has introduced a new feature that lets you recall last message sent via its mobile apps on Android and iPhone. Messages can be unsend within two minutes after there are sent.
WeChat has updated its Android app with a new feature that will translate messages. Users simply have to long-press on a message and tap the arrow icon on the right-hand side to activate the tool.
LINE messenger which entered India last year has been aggressively trying to capture the market with various tie-ups and offers. Today, the popular Japanese platform has unveiled Sticons which is a merger of stickers and emoticons. Sticons can be used in text messages in the same way as emoticons, but they can also be used like stickers as large, individual images.
I switch mobile phones quite often and whenever I get a new Symbian phone, I have a specific routine of 30 minutes, including removing the useless stuff away from the Main Menu, changing some settings and installing Whatsapp, Gravity and Nimbuzz. You can be certain that if any of these 3 applications aren’t there, I won’t be using the phone at all.
Nimbuzz has easily become the default Instant Messaging applications for Symbian, thanks to its one-login that imports all IM accounts instead of having to setup each one separately. Lately, it also added compression which made the app snappier for all tasks and decreased its data usage. But for the past few versions, Nimbuzz has been trying to get some revenue out of its free service by displaying ads in its chat window, which are non-intrusive but may annoy some people nonetheless. Enter the premium Ad-Free version of Nimbuzz, now available in the Ovi Store for about 2.29$. This new Ad-Free version of Nimbuzz currently offers 3 advantages over the free version.