Millions of Smart Phone users have innumerable options with the current surge in messaging apps. These messaging Apps have given numerous Smart Phone users freedom from paid text messages. The world has become virtually smaller with people exchanging pictures, messages and jokes throughout the globe. While it feels great to be able to share emotions just by downloading a simple App, it feels regal when you read about messaging apps that are better suited for your operating devices which in this case is the IOS. We bring you the top messaging Apps for the IOS users and take this opportunity to coin the term iUsers for the uncountable iPhone owners out there.


iMessage


iMessage


Apple’s built in messaging app. This beauty comes in a new Avatar with the upgraded IOS 8 version where it is easier to stay undisturbed in group chats and also to send messages and texts. With unlimited texts and the no charges attribute apart from the regular data charges, it is quite a craze amongst the Apple community. The compatibility with an iPad and the ability to sync it with your other apple gadgets gives this App a customized appearance.


Whats app


WhatsApp


Whatsapp has ruled the chart so much so that it recently got acquired by none other than Facebook. With its simplicity, convenience and compatibility with all operating devices, including IOS, this messaging app is used by millions all over the globe. You can send pictures and voice messages through this app. You can access this through your Phones and could also set it up on your tablets and laptops but only through your Phone numbers.


Line


Line


A fun way to stay in touch with your loved ones. This app also has shades of social network features embedded in it. With its limitless messaging options and an amazing collection of funny and colourful stickers it has been ranked number one in almost 52 countries. With a well managed sticker shop this App earns most of the money by selling it’s hilarious and fun stickers.


Snap Chat


Snap Chat


This ultra cool photo messaging App is probably the quickest way to share pictures and videos with friends. Just snap a video or a favourite moment share it with a friend, but take a screen shot if you want to save it because these pictures and videos gets deleted by default. This crazy App intimates you about your friends who are online so that you could Snap Chat with them.


Slack


Slack


This closed messaging, chat group is much more efficient than emails, where you create a group with people from all across the group and they can share attachments, presentations or even just chat in general.


All these above messaging apps are different in a very small way from each other, but one attribute that they all seem to share is - they drain your Smart Phone batteries at the same speed. So if you want to stay connected with your friends, families and even colleagues, get a Ravin Power Bank and enjoy limitless messaging with uninterrupted power.


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