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In the beginning we people have ordinary mobile phones and the aim behind buying those simple mobile phones is to either receive/attend the calls or to chat with closed one’s using SMS. In the early time our mobile phones have limited additional functionalities. If you look back to the previous time, you would realize how fast the technology has changed. Nowadays even a simple mobile phone provides their customer facility of other messaging apps and much more. People are now addicted to the new mobile messaging apps. You would see that messaging apps have now become the popularity amongst the youngsters.
The reason behind why social messaging apps are in boom as compared to the SMS is that social messaging apps are more exciting and cheaper as compared to the SMS services. SMS services is actually a huge thing for those people who have average mobile phones, whereas the other messaging apps have raised their standards as compared to the SMS service and is now popular to everyone. On other hand it has been seen that the usage of the text messaging apps as compared to the SMS is much higher also it is cheaper than SMS services.
When it comes to the mobile text messaging apps they are now widely known by everyone and apps like such are easy to install on your smart phones and is available on iPhone, Blackberry, Nokia, Android Phones, etc. These messaging apps are free for limited trial version and then after fixed interval you need to pay a small amount to enjoy unlimited services that too for a longer time period. These mobile apps not only provide you free messaging, but also there are some mobile messaging apps that provide you free calling services. Isn’t that surprising? All you need to have is unlimited Internet connection facility.
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Chat apps are popular and incredibly useful, however, there are also some faults with using messenger apps as your method of communicating. Like what, exactly? Here are a few of the cons of messaging apps.
Messaging applications are powered by wifi, which is great - it's cheaper than paying for a messaging plan (even the cheapest plans can be more money than they're worth). But it can also be inconvenient when you aren't near a wifi hotspot and need to send someone an important message. To remedy this, you might just turn on your mobile data. But what happens when you run out of data for the month and aren't near a hotspot? Nothing. At this point, you simply can't use your messaging app.
Chat apps are notorious for how fast they send messages, but at the same tie, they're also known for not sending messages at all. How? It comes down to service and connection. Some messaging apps have a higher percent of failed messages than others, but all apps succumb to failed messages at some point, and it can be frustrating. It’s especially frustrating when the recipient never receives the message you sent at all.
This fault is also tied to the app's connection. Sometimes when a message is sent, the recipient will get it more than once. This is due to a bad connection between the app and the recipient’s cellphone. Although not harmful, this can be extremely annoying for the message's recipient.
Even with most applications requiring people to know a person's handle, ID, or username in order to message them, some people still manage to send spam messages. It's not unheard of to receive messages from random people on messaging apps. How said people find your unique username isn't certain, but it's been thought that through some apps' suggestions, spammers can find users with certain words or letter sets in their username and initiate a conversation. This, however, is only the case if the spammer is a real person. In the case of receiving a spammy message from an obviously fake person, it's usually a virus trying to infiltrate your cellphone or trick you into purchasing something.
As a rule of thumb, when using messenger apps you just need to think before you respond to strangers or click on strange links that are sent to you.