1 – ActionDirector
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ActionDirector is one of the most popular video editing apps on PC. It’s also available on Android. It does the basics. You can import clips, edit them, and render the video. You can do things like add your own music, trim and cut video, add text, employ slow motion, and more. It’s one of the few video editor apps that also supports 4K video. You’ll have to check and see if your device supports it, though. The developers have a nifty tool linked in the Google Play Store to see if yours can. It also gets frequent updates.
2 – Discord
Discord is easily among the best messenger apps for gamers. It features cross-platform support between most mobile phone and computer operating systems. There is also a web client for those platforms without a native app. The app also features voice chat, multiple text chats, GIF support, and more. People on the service can create their own servers or join others as they need. It’s mostly for gaming. However, some people use it just for its fantastic organizational system and above average voice chat capabilities. The service is free to use for everybody. However, you can unlock some cosmetic extras with the Discord Nitro subscription.
3 – Facebook Messenger (Lite)
Facebook Messenger is among the most popular messenger apps. Facebook has two chat apps for this. The regular one includes all the features like chat heads, stickers, and other features. The Lite version is just a basic chat app with far fewer frills. Those heavily invested in the Facebook Messenger experience may want the regular app. However, those who don’t want to deal with Facebook’s nonsense should use the Lite version. Facebook is eventually introducing ads to these chat apps. However, they are otherwise free to use. Facebook had some security issues earlier in 2018. We don’t imagine the social network becoming irrelevant due to that, though. Many people will still use Facebook.
4 – Kik
Kik is another popular messenger app. It lets you choose a screen name instead of a real name or a phone number. That gives it a distinctly old school feeling. The app is especially popular with casual mobile gamers and people who like random chatting mostly. The app also includes stickers, emoji, group chats, video chats, themes, and Material Design. The in-app purchases give you additional sticker packs and other stuff like that. Another good chat app in this genre is GroupMe. It has many of the same features and caters to the same type of people.
5 – Slack
Slack is one of the better chat apps for business. It has an extremely clean and professional look and feel. Groups can create channels, conduct voice calls, and more. The app also features support for third party apps like Giphy, Google Drive, Asana, and other fun or productive tools. Users can also join multiple Slack servers. It’s kind of like a more professional version of Discord, honestly. Like Discord, it’s also entirely free with no in-app purchases. Those with larger teams that need more features can pay an optional subscription fee for extra stuff.
6 – Skype
Skype is one of the most recognizable messenger apps ever. Everybody knows what Skype is and what it’s about. You can text chat, video call, and voice call other members. You can even call people on a real phone number with a nominal fee. The app includes a few extra features that may or may not be useful. It depends on what you need. Still, this has excellent cross-platform support, support for multiple chats, and support for most file types, including documents, GIFs, and other stuff. It’s a rock solid option and there is a Lite version if you like Skype but don’t need all of the features.
7 – Snapchat
Snapchat is one of the more unique messenger apps. It supports quite a few things, including voice calls, video messages, photo messages, and text messages. The service deletes messages after viewing. That means there is no history to speak of outside of a streak counter. There are also Snapchat Stories. That lets people send proverbial status updates that all of their followers can view. They expire in 24 hours. Many of the app’s features are imitated by other apps (Instagram, mostly). However, Snapchat is still fairly popular among the younger folks and it’s definitely something different.
8 – Telegram veya Signal Private Messenger
Telegram is among the most popular messenger apps for privacy. It boasts 256-bit symmetrical AES encryption, 2048-bit RSA encryption, and more. That makes it among the safest messaging services out there. The app also has file sharing, cross-platform support, group chats, GIF support, and more. It grew in popularity very quickly. That made it hard to judge at first. However, tons of people use the service now. Signal Private Messenger is another decent app in this space. Both put security and privacy above all else. However, each app’s user base has vastly different ideas as to which one is better. They both send messages, though, and they’re both good enough to be here compared to competitors like LINE or non-encrypted chat apps.
9 – Viber
Viber isn’t big in some parts of the world. However, it’s among the most popular messenger apps ever. It boasts a full experience, including messages, calls, a self-destruct chat, group chats, video messages, video chats, and more. It also includes some extras like stickers, worldwide news, and more. Most of the sticker packs cost extra, hence the in-app purchases. This is actually a fairly well-rounded chat experience. However, it is a little heavier than most chat apps. Those that want a cleaner, more minimal experience may want to avoid this one. Additionally, this one sees most of its popularity from countries outside of the United States. That’s not a big deal, but just a heads up.
10 – WhatsApp
Everybody knows WhatsApp. It’s the most popular messenger app in the world, after all. It has a ton of features, gets frequent updates, and competes positively with basically every other chat app. It includes voice and video chats, text messages, group chats, support for most multimedia formats like GIFs, video, etc, and more. It’s powerful, accessible, and popular. That’s the holy triumvirate for chat apps. It’s also free with no in-app purchases.