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SayHenlo

Messaging without distractions

SayHenlo is a messaging platform that I built during the #24hrstartup challenge to combat conversation overload. You can only send users 1 message, and can’t send another until they respond to your last one.

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The best messenger for every platform

Telegram is a messaging app with a focus on speed and security, it’s super-fast, simple and free. You can use Telegram on all your devices at the same time — your messages sync seamlessly across any number of your phones, tablets or computers.

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Ilya Azovtsev 💌+🤖=🚀
Ilya Azovtsev 💌+🤖=🚀- Help sales team close more in less time
I love that for personal needs, But I know that some use that for working goals :)
Vinit Agrawal
Vinit Agrawal- Co-Founder at Tars (HelloTars.com)
A great and highly underrated messaging platform
Peter Dox
Peter Dox- I am peter & I am blogger.
this is the best app
18 Alternatives to Telegram 4.0

Now with themes, multiple accounts and more 🎉

With version 4.7 for iOS, you can change what your Telegram looks like in the new Appearance settings. Choose between four different themes, including a minimalistic one (“Day”) and two dark themes (“Night” and “Night Blue”). The “Day” theme also allows you to pick an accent color for the entire app, like pink or purple.

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Wilhelm Bacher
Wilhelm Bacher- Shaping the future of sales @ DemoDesk
Telegram offers a great range of integrations to make your workday a bit easier: Integrate GitHub, your emails or calendars. It's easy to setup your own integrations and I found it to be running faster and more smoothly than Slack for instance. Worthwhile to check it out!
Julia Ole
Julia Ole- Julia Ole, Product Marketing Manager
The best messenger. New features rolling out all the time.
parsafatehi
parsafatehi- #NewStuff
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TechCrunch
Messaging platform Telegram claims to have had a surge in signups during a period of downtime for Facebook's rival messaging services. In a message sent to his Telegram channel, founder Pavel Durov's just wrote: "I see 3 million new users signed up for Telegram within the last 24 ...
Telegram
Telegram 4.7 brings themes and night mode to iOS, support for multiple accounts and quick replies to Android
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Great conversations. Built for mobile, tablets, & desktop.

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Chevy
Chevy- Audiovisual and Multimedia Communicator
Great design, cross-platform, secure AND you don't have to share your phone number.
Mathias Elmose
Mathias Elmose- The Chewbacca of EdTech
Secure with video chat and screen share. Also I find the drawing on pictures very useful for feedback on design.
Doney den Ouden
Doney den Ouden- Product Designer
Wire is open source and at least as secure as Signal, but actually usable thanks to its beautiful design and great features. You can send all kinds of file formats, temporary messages, GIFs, pings (think Buzzers from the MSN days), sketches, and audio messages with voice filters. It even had encrypted video calls before Signal. The app is available for all m… See more
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Messenger Lite is a slimmed down version of Messenger that offers the core features of Messenger for markets with slower than average internet speeds and a prevalence of basic Android smartphones.

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The Verge
Earlier today I published an article about Facebook Messenger's new, somewhat improved home screen. But despite the company's attempt at some cleanup, I came away with the same feeling I've had for months: Messenger has transformed into a bloated mess. Commenters on that story agree, and so does pretty much everyone I've asked here at Vox Media's New York of… See more
8 Alternatives to Messenger Lite

Texting app that predicts your needs.

Magic Chat is the 1st SMS/MMS app with an AI engine that LITERALLY brings the future one step closer: by predicting what you need so you don’t have to search. It's like having a mind-reading personal assistant 🔮 right inside your texting app.

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Audrey Poindessault
Audrey Poindessault- COO & Co-founder, Biggerpan
Daily use, it saves my time!
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6 Alternatives to Magic Chat

Expensive Chat is a chatroom where you pay $0.01 per letter.
We all know what happens when you put a bunch of strangers in a chatroom: chaos. But what if you had to pay for each message? What would happen to the social dynamics? We'll find out today.

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The Verge
Entrepreneur Marc Köhlbrugge has launched Expensive Chat, a web-based chat service where every character typed costs a penny. As spotted by Motherboard , Köhlbrugge announced the site in a tweet, calling it "a social experiment to see what happens to a chatroom when it's not a free-for-all, but every message cost you cold, hard cash."
Motherboard
On Thursday morning, developer and entrepreneur Marc Köhlbrugge announced the launch of Expensive Chat, a public chat room where everyone has to pay a penny per character typed. In a tweet, Köhlbrugge said that Expensive Chat is a "a social experiment to see what happens to a chatroom when it's not a free-for-all, but every message cost you cold, hard cash."
WIP
Expensive Chat is being built in public. Pay one cent per letter
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A decentralized, encrypted chat app

Hermes is a decentralized, encrypted chat app, built on Blockstack. Privacy is our priority. Your information is end to end encrypted, and is only

shared with the people you choose. You hold your own private keys.

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