Messenger Apps : Teenagers like Messenger Apps & Say Goodbye to Facebook
Teenagers like Messenger Apps and say goodbye to Facebook. Facebook is no longer a place for uninhibited status updates about pub antics, but an obligatory communication tool that younger people maintain because everyone else does.
All the fun stuff WhatsApp, WeChat and KakaoTalk, Viber is happening elsewhere. On their mobiles. Messaging just got better, exchange stickers, emoticons, and locations, in addition to text and photo messages
When mobile messaging apps such as WhatsApp first emerged in 2009, they looked like a threat to mobile carriers. Now these apps are becoming a threat to established social networks too. WhatsApp, the most popular messaging app in the UK and on half the country’s iPhones, according to Mobile Marketing Magazine, has more than 350 million monthly active users globally. WhatsApp alone is on more than 95% of all smartphones in Spain.
messaging apps such as WhatsApp, WeChat and KakaoTalk boils down to Facebook becoming a victim of its own success. The road to gaining nearly 1.2 billion monthly active users has seen the mums, dads, aunts and uncles of the generation who pioneered Facebook join it too, spamming their walls with inspirational quotes and images of cute animals, and (shock, horror) commenting on their kids’ photos. No surprise, then, that Facebook is no longer a place for uninhibited status updates about pub antics, but an obligatory communication tool that younger people maintain because everyone else does.
The final, big reason why young people are gravitating towards messaging apps is that many of these apps no longer do just messaging. They are social networks. The best examples come out of Asia, with messaging platforms KakaoTalk (South Korea), WeChat (China) and LINE (Japan). All have tens of millions of users, with WeChat boasting more than 200 million, and take their services beyond offering straight messaging to games, stickers and music sharing.
Other Apps Viber is very good staff for the people. You can use this Viber Apps, when you’re available online. Viber syncs your contacts, messages and call history with your mobile device, so you can start the conversation on the Viber mobile application and continue from the comfort of your PC. Make free calls and send free messages to any device that has Viber, on any network, from your Android. Viber lets you make free phone calls and send text, photo and video messages for free to anyone who also has the application installed. You can do VoIP calls using 3G or Wi-Fi without the registration, passwords or invitations.