With everyone deleting WhatsApp and switching to Telegram or Signal, maybe there's something better that you haven't heard of yet. Here are 10 ways Delta Chat is better than the others.
Often if you take a logic-based critical look at something that society has long taken for granted, you might see that it really doesn't make sense in modern society. It may have made sense many years, or decades, or centuries ago, but it clearly…
We thought we could get RCS thanks to the biggest carriers in the US in 2020, but it seems we will have to settle for a new messaging app
A G Suite lead says that remaining Hangouts users will have a safety net in messaging with Hangouts Chat and Hangouts Meet.
WhatsApp automatically logs down chats, pictures, audio, video and whatever pipes down your conversations. That's a lot of space taken up.
Technically, Allo is not dead... just yet. But you may want to switch to Android Messages already, and get ready to forget all about archaic SMS technology.
Among many of them is the fact that Facebook collected the metadata of Android users' phone calls and text messages. The company says it was an opt-in procedure, but screenshots make the practice more vague than it seems.
It may not sound as destructive as an exploding battery, but a new and seemingly widespread Galaxy S8 messaging issue is vexing in its own right.
SMS messaging is a trusty standby for messaging capability, but is it too antiquated to keep up and running? Or do we need its reliability?
Facebook is keeping it light for Messenger Lite to keep those with older, slower, tightly-packed Android smartphones connected to other users.
The encrypted messaging service that is currently exclusive to iPhones and iPads may expand to welcome in the people of the green bubble: Android.
Google's new messaging and video calling services require your actual phone number. Is this the death of Google Voice?
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Facebook's Chat Heads are an interesting spin-off of its Messenger app - but they could be so much more. Read on to see why I think the future of smartphones may lie in these strange bubbles.