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    Default Best Messaging App?

    I have tried Handcent and Go SMS briefly, settings are awkward to customize.
    HTC One stock is OK but very little options to customize bubbles/background.

    Using Textra and seems smoother. Emoji works well here too.

    What works for you all?
    One over the other?
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    Enjoying Hello at the moment. It's a nice app, and the only one that got me to leave Textra.

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    I use handcent because you can set individual sounds, and it does emojis.

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    I use Textra and love it.
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    Default Re: Best Messaging App?

    I've just recently switched over to Evolve, and so far I've really enjoyed it. I used to use Handcent all the time, but at some point it became very difficult to pull in Facebook contact photos. Evolve does this very easily.

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    Textra has been my favorite. Very good on battery with 4.4.2

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    I just deleted Textra and am using Chomp for the next few hours. Any difference in battery in either? Both are simple and clean.
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    Default Re: Best Messaging App?

    My vote goes to Textra after messing around with SMS apps over the weekend. Simple, clean, emoji's work to iPhone, group messaging works, attachments work. I use the KK keyboard and could not be happier!
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