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Users can now create live WhatsApp-style permanent groups for the fastest and most convenient way to call their friends and enjoy HD-quality video and audio calls on iOS. (PRWEB)
4talk Global Inc. has launched the long anticipated iOS support to its cross platform cloud messaging service.
LONDON, July 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- - New instant messaging app shares advertising revenue with users - Users rewarded for frequency and length
The social network took aim at those who don't want their messages to last forever with Slingshot, its own service for sending self-destructing selfies and messages.
Full-featured secure messaging app, Xpress Yourself, instantly connects users through text, photos, audio, or video exchange and ephemeral messaging and promises 100% user privacy.
A new app called Flash Messenger will launch on Google Play on May 23.
Convies was first released on the beginning of April and got much attention for its new take on video messaging.
Yahoo Inc. bought the app maker Blink, which developed technology that allows users to send messages that self-destruct at a time set by the sender, and has announced that its talent pool will now move over to the Yahoo team.
HONG KONG, April 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading mobile tracking application makers, StealthGenie, takes a level up in mobile monitoring by introducing
Secure Haze, the Most Secure Fully Integrated Communications Application, Launches Its No Cost Mobile Messaging Services. VADUZ, Lichtenstein, April 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Secure
Image Credit: Photos.com Instant messaging (IM) is communicating over the Internet through the typing of text from one person to another. This is done on a computer or other device connected to the Internet by a cable or wireless connection and done in real time. It is text communication done specifically between users by a contact list, buddy list, or a friend list, whereas online chat is usually done by users in a multi-user environment. Some IM programs allow for video messaging by a...
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