Today it has over 60 million users worldwide (approximately 29 million in Japan) and is projected to reach 100 million users by the end of 2012.
While it might sound peculiar to you, it’s ideal for users who would prefer to see each other but are on networks that restrict access to Vo IP calling services.
Nimbuzz is also making a hard sell to compete directly with Skype.
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Hello Talk connects you with native speakers to chat with for free. The interface is packed with innovative tools to make practicing a language fun and effortless.
The one caveat is that the app’s voice-to-voice feature can be buggy and unreliable as our calls were often dropped.
Where LINE differentiates itself from Kakao Talk is that it’s making a push to be a mobile social medial destination.Users can call friends who have the app downloaded for free, or talk face-to-face with its free video calling feature.A unique service that Nimbuzz also provides is the ability to chat by texting with your friend through video, but without the audio.The majority of its features are focused on calling services, including the ability to call landlines and cellphones for a minute-by-minute fee, similar to what Skype offers.Nimbuzz is available on i OS, Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone, Nokia, and even Java devices.There’s no shortage of messaging apps that can replace your native text messaging service in the App Stores. Here’s a quick look at messaging app imports that could soon become popular options for avoiding your native texting client.