@spidy777 Really great share.
If you’ve already wandered on a mission to take revenge on BBM and you own an iPhone, Android smartphone or a Symbian phone as well, chances are that you already know about WhatsApp! A chat messenger app that doesn’t have a very attractive interface, but it still does the job pretty well. There are options to include groups and you can also share files like pictures or documents over it. WhatsApp is free to download for Android and BlackBerry devices, but for the iPhone it’s priced at $0.99 and for Symbian devices, the service is free for one year but after that it’s $1.99 per year.
Kik messenger might not be as famous as WhatsApp but is still pretty popular amongst users who are into mobile instant messaging. This one scores high in terms of interface as well. The latest version allows you to add your own profile picture from a photo that you have clicked. Kik messenger also lets you share pictures but nothing more than that. If you’re looking for a fast and an easy to use messenger which is predominantly text-based, Kik Messenger fits the bill.
This is another good alternative to WhatsApp. There’s support for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry and Symbian is not left out either. The app has a slight issue in terms of support for multimedia. Users cannot exchange music or videos but they can do so for images or even send their current location to a friend. The interface looks a little like BBM, in the sense that it has a more corporate look and feel to it. Nevertheless, it’s free and it’s available for all platforms which makes it a nice messenger app
If you’re not really satisfied with the user interface of any of the aforementioned apps, you’ll probably like LiveProfile. While the app doesn’t support Symbian-based mobile phones, it can still be counted thanks to its fresh and lively interface. LiveProfile also has Social networking integration so you can also set your Facebook status message or set your Display Picture through this app
A nice alternative to BBM, PingChat! can be downloaded for free and allows users to share chat messages, multimedia like videos, music and map locations as well. The interface is a little better than WhatsApp, but it still has almost everything set right looking at its “free” price tag. However, no support for Symbian is a bit of a bummer. While it’s not a very popular messenger, this one can definitely be a good option if you’re not willing to shed a dollar for an iPhone messenger!
Your most welcome Rahul
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the live profile doesnt work...i get invalid cod??..ne body tried the app??....