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7 best messaging apps for iPhone & iPad

Lucy Hattersley | May 5, 2016
Switch from Messages and text all your friends for free. These fantastic messaging apps are great alternatives to iMessage.


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Skype is a versatile messaging app that was acquired by Microsoft in 2011. It's best known for its video calling capabilities, but it can also be used as a messaging app to send videos, texts and pictures just like the other apps mentioned in this round-up.


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Kik seems to be relatively unknown among most circles, but for university students and other younger audiences it's a popular messaging service of choice. Kik is a messaging app that lets you chat with friends via the web, and doesn't require a phone number to set up. You simply choose a username, and then you can share pictures, videos, gifs, games and of course texts with friends.

Source: Macworld 


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