For quite some time, within the Android ecosystem, there has been an attempt to create the perfect application to concentrate all our social communications in the same place. There have been quite a few attempts to try to achieve a single app to reign in this field, but to the date, none of them have reached their goal.
Anyhow, it's always a good idea to get hold of a hub that concentrates all our social apps. That's the idea behind Messenger Social Chat which isn't a messaging application despite its name, although it does allow us to integrate those apps within its structure.
Main features of Messenger
- All your messaging and social applications one tap away.
- Possibility to use certain apps like Facebook or Snapchat without requiring the official application.
- Minimum data consumption.
- Compatible with the main social networks.
- Compatible with the main messaging applications.
How to use Messenger
As we mentioned above, you can use Messenger in two different manners: either adding our own social network apps (which we can do with just a few screen taps) or using any of the offline options that the app offers us:
- If we decide to add an application installed on our phone to Messenger, we'll have to go to the menu in the top right-hand corner of the screen. From there we can access the options menu where we'll find Add App. If we choose this option, we can write its name in the field enabled for such purpose or search for it in Google Play.
- The other way to use Messenger is via offline apps. By default, it includes Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Dailymotion, Vkontakte, and Pinterest amongst many others. The software shows us a web version of each one of these sites from where we can operate through the application.
Using Messenger can be recommendable to reduce the data and battery consumption of your phone or to concentrate in a single hub all the apps you use the most so you don't have to fill your home screen with shortcuts.