The hours were long enough now that it’s Application from The WhatsApp It has stopped working like the others so we will tell you 9 which will definitely come in handy to prevent you from dropping out.
Today, millions of people around the world have been cut off due to not being able to access WhatsApp.
Yes, it can be contacted by phone, however, we are very used to the instant messaging app, so it is not the same.
That is why we take this opportunity to introduce you to some alternatives in the Facebook app.
So without further ado, here is a list of the nine apps you can use to avoid interruptions:
Telegram has apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, FireFox OS, Windows, macOS, Linux, and web versions.
Best of all, they are all completely in sync with each other.
It comes pre-installed on most Android smartphones, ensuring a large user base.
Among its functions, we find the sending of SMS, voice and video calls over the Internet, with up to 25 interlocutors simultaneously.
Hangouts is also available for iOS devices, in a web version (using a Chrome extension) and linked to our Gmail inbox.
Offers video calls to up to 200 users; Endless stickers games to kill time and chronology in the style of social networks, in which we can find out our contacts.
LINE is available on iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, Windows, macOS, and FireFox OS.
It might be a bit short for those who like to add stickers to their chats.
It also does not have a large user base, so it will be up to us to convince our relatives of its virtues.
Signal has versions for iOS, Android, Google Chrome, Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Threema does not need a phone number: each user has an 8-digit password as an identifier.
Out of curiosity, he has the possibility to mark each message with a “I like” or “I don’t like” tag.
Threema is offered for iOS, Android and Windows Phone, although payment (3.49 euros).
Wire allows us to share our phone screen with another user or in a group, with a maximum of 10 interlocutors.
Wire is free in its non-commercial version. It provides versions for iOS, Android, Windows, macOS, Linux, and browsers.
Chats become vibrant thanks to whisper or loud messages; We can schedule automatic responses and have the Google Assistant participate in any conversation, giving us advice on the best restaurant or vacation destination.
Allo is available for iOS and Android devices, although Google has “discontinued” its development, whatever that means.
WeChat is not popular in the West, but it has been released for a myriad of platforms: iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Symbian, Windows and macOS.
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