Texting is one of the fastest and most efficient ways of communication. Users can also choose between numerous options when it comes to messaging apps. We have come up with a list to show you the best messaging platforms that can be used on Android. Here are the best alternatives for your default SMS apps.
Textra is a messaging app that is becoming more and more popular. One if its biggest advantages is the fact that you can customise everything, from its theme colours and bubble colours, down to the emoji style. This app is available for free, and according to its developers, this won’t change.
Even if you hate Facebook, its Messenger app is highly recommended, and it is also available for free. If you don’t want to have a Facebook accounts you should know that you can deactivate your Facebook, while still using Messenger.
If you care about the visuals, you will definitely enjoy OKSMS. This has a smooth, clean look, and it is customizable as well. You will also enjoy its speed, as OKSMS provides fast performance. This application is available for free.
This app has been around for a while, but it managed to constantly improve itself. Chomp SMS comes with Wear OS support and it has plenty of themes that can be used for your chats. This app comes with a couple of in-app purchases, but they are optional.
Handcent Next SMS
This app has plenty of experience, and it was launched years ago. It continued to evolve and add new features and now users can enjoy numerous settings and options. You should also know that you can send messages from your PC if you use the “Handcent Anywhere” feature.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.