3 REASONS WHY MESSAGING APPS ARE KILLING IT

| April 27, 2016

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Messaging apps and bots dominate the mobile world right now, and with it the way we communicate is undergoing quite a change. Today’s message apps offer much more than just sending messages, adding other options to the game. How so? Messaging app and chat apps are totally crushing it in current business of technology, and there is a reason for that. Due to human nature it is getting more obvious (and confirmed by latest mobile trends) that social activity is happening less in public, and more and more in private groups and chat apps of various kind. This change in social media essence is a remarkable evolution.

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