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8 Best Alternative Apps to Talkatone

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Talkatone offers free voice/ video calling, text messaging, photo/file sharing and many other features to its users. Through this app, users can communicate with their friends and relatives located in different parts of the world. The best feature of this app is that it runs on all operating systems. Whether you are using android, windows or iOS, you can easily avail the services of this app.

Here, in this article, we are going to discuss 10 alternatives to Tango. Let’s have a look at them.

Skype: The most popular alternative to Talkatone is Skype. This is basically a proprietary application that supports Skype to Skype voice/video calling. Through this app, you can make both national and international calls at low cost on all mobile and landline numbers. Besides these, you can send text messages using various attractive emojis, an innovative way of expressing your feelings.

Skype also offers a premium version that supports group video calling. Moreover, this app works on all platforms.

Hangouts: Google Hangouts is another popular messaging app through which you can send and receive messages, create group chat to which you can add up to 30 members, call friends free, etc. These days, Google has released an updated version of Hangouts through which facilitates group chat in various ways. This app runs on both desktop computers and mobile phones.

With this app, users can share files, photos, videos and important documents.

Telegram: Telegram is a popular messaging app which mainly focuses on security and speed. This is superfast, simple and free messaging app that users can download from play store. It allows people to send messages, photos, and videos to the contacts in their mobile phones. Users can also create a group with up to 20 members and start chatting.

Telegram recently introduced a secret chat feature for users. It is an end to end encryption system that ensures messages only be read by its proposed recipient. For enabling this option, users don’t need to do anything as the messages will be programmed automatically with a self-destructing option.

WhatsApp: WhatsApp is a mobile messaging platform that allows you to send text messages at free of cost. Apart from instant messaging, users can also make voice calls; send photos, files and other important documents free.

This messenger app is available for all platforms such as Windows, android, Blackberry and iOS. Furthermore, WhatsApp also offers these features to be used in a web browser. This web browser is a version of the phone, and you can see all your messages and videos of WhatsApp on desktop computers from your mobile phone.

Viber: Viber allows people to connect with the world. It has more than 400 million users across the globe. Viber offers text messaging, HD quality video and voice calling, photo sharing and much more with your friends located in different parts of the world. Even Viber out allows users to talk with non-Viber users over mobiles and landlines. This is a unique feature of this app. Furthermore, this messaging platform is available for all platforms.

Nimbuzz: Nimbuzz offers limited voice calling and text messaging services to its users. Calls from Nimbuzz to Nimbuzz are free, but the number is limited which means you can make calls to a limited number of people.

Line: This is an instant messaging application popular in Southeast Asia. It runs on all platforms. Line users can send text messages; make voice/video calls, and VoIP calls. They can even hold audio or video conference.

Kakao Talk: Kakao Talk, a phone number messaging application allows users to send messages, photos, and videos to people anywhere in the world. Messaging arrivals are notified through push alert, and users are allowed to send various multimedia messages.