With over millions users, Kik is an app that can’t be ignored. Like WhatsApp, Kik have many nifty features. There are numerous similarities to WhatsApp, including the power to send photos, have group chats, in addition to having the ability to look for YouTube links, images and self drawn sketches. Kik also prides itself on being personal and private, devoid of to talk about your mobile number or email address, rather a username that you can create. First gaining prominence on the desktop, and gaining lots of publicity following its sale to Microsoft, Skype is possibly the very best known and overall best video calling app out there.
Connection to Skype can be performed by way of a dedicated username and password or through an existing Microsoft account, something you may have created to use Windows Live or Windows 8. Considering that the merge with Microsoft. Odds are that you have heard about SnapChat, not least because of what you need to use it for. It has become ever popular as an easy way to talk about images quickly and privately with the added bonus that they don’t hang around.
SnapChat gained popularity because of the temporary nature of the images sent. Images or videos can be sent for anything up to ten seconds and then wipe themselves off the receivers phone. Whilst there’s nothing to stop a screenshot. A small level of text can be added and images can be sketched over, to help you show friends and family what you look like with a bright red cartoon afro. You can also save your personal images.
Finally, an SnapChat’s competitor is Clipchat App. Clipchat works on a virtually identical basis though shows a pixellated preview of the image to receivers, so they have a tough concept of what they’re opening.