These are best android chatting(messaging)apps:

#1: Hangouts





Google Hangouts replaces three messaging applications that Google has implemented including (Google talk, Google+, Messenger ). Google announced hangouts would evolve two types: Hangout  Meet and Hangout Chat. That gives it a fairly substantial user base which makes convincing your friends to use it easier than most other platforms. Hangouts itself is a fairly stable and decent service that includes messaging, free voice calling, free video chatting, and even the ability to put your SMS conversations there (for the time being). There are also emoji’s, stickers, and you can share things like gifs and even your location. It is very simple app for chatting. Chat histories are saved online by allowing them to be synced devices.

#2: WhatsApp

Whatsapp is very useful app for chatting and it easily available on Google Play Store. This app is used for chatting and video calling. One of the most used messaging apps in the world,Whatsapp is very easy to set up and it’s free. You can chat, and share things like your location, photos, documents, and contacts. The set up requires you to grant it access to your contacts, so it can automatically populate your contact list. One of the things that is so attractive about this app, other than its massive popularity, is the addition of end-to-end encryption for privacy and security. It also supports GIFs and Snapchat, like editing features for fun.

#3: Skype

Microsoft Office’s team announced that a new chat application for users. Skype is an instant messaging application provides online textr messages and video chat services. It includes video calling, voice call capabilities.  You can send various images, videos and other important document via this app . There is also individual conversations, group conversations, animated emojis  and you can even port in contacts from Facebook if you need to. Skype to Skype calls to other users are free of charge, while calls to landline telephones and mobile phones(over traditional telephone networks) are charged via a debit or credit based user account system called Skype credit. Skype supports video chats, conference calls and screen sharing between 25 peoples at a time.

#4: Viber

Viber has quietly become one of the premiere messenger apps in the world and it currently boasts more than 660 million active users. As a messaging service, it’s rather run of the mill, with the standard group chats, emojis, and stickers. You can also make free calls to other Viber users free of charge. The service also features games, the ability to delete messages after they’ve been sent, and there is even Android Wear and cross-platform support for PC users.

#5: Instagram

Instagram created web profiles which allows users to use their Instagram account like a social media site. It is a photo sharing application for smartphones. This is very useful for send text messages or you can live on this app everytime. It allow users to share pictures and videos publicly or privately. Instagram added new feature named Instagram Direct that allows users to send photos only to a specific user or group of users, rather than having it be viewable by all.

 #6: Facebook Messenger

Facebook has its own separate messaging app that makes it very convenient to chat with friends and family. It will automatically populate your contacts, but you can also add a contact, or allow someone to add you as a contact, by scanning a unique code. There are plenty of free stickers and you can send GIFs. The video and voice calling is clear and very reliable. On Android, the “Chat Heads” feature allows you to keep a chat icon floating on top of your screen, which is very convenient.

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