Best Mobile Messaging Apps
Find the best, most popular, mobile messaging apps you can use on your phone today! Many of these mobile apps are free to download, and allow you to message your friends for free.
Apps work for the usual suspect platforms, namely: iPhone and iPad, iPod Touch, Android, Nokia (Symbian), Blackberry and Windows Mobile.
Some message apps work on one or all of these platforms. Enjoy! :-) Oh, and do leave a review of your favourite app – thanks!
App Compatibility: iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android, Blackberry, Nokia (Symbian), Windows Mobile,
Nimbuzz is one of the most popular mobile messaging apps because it works on all platforms. You get free messaging (and phone calls) to any other Nimbuzz user wherever they are in the world.
Better still, by adding your social networking logins, such as Facebook, to your Nimbuzz account you can chat for free to all your social networking friends and contacts directly from Nimbuzz too.
App Compatibility: iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android, Nokia (Symbian), Windows Mobile,
eBuddy is a mobile messaging app and a web messaging service. With eBuddy you can message to MSN, Yahoo, Gtalk, Facebook, ICQ, MySpace and AIM (AOL).
There is a specific eBuddy mobile app made for the iPhone and for Android (the Blackberry app is coming soon); however, the eBuddy Mobile Messenger is compatible with many mobile phone brands (check the eBuddy website to see if your particular model is compatible).
As well as sending free chat messengers between eBuddy users and your social networking friends, you can send photos directly from you phone camera, give yourself an avatar, and even send chat messengers to users who are offline - they will get your message as soon as they sign in again.
MESSAGING APPS NOTES:
- Still can't find a mobile messaging app for your phone?
If you can't find a mobile app you can use to send free messages, why not check out a "good ol' fashioned" worldwide free sms service.
Oh, and if you have any questions about these mobile message apps, please read our general FAQ, first, to see if your question has already been answered... :-)